One of the world’s largest concert promoters, Live Nation, has added a bevy of festivals across the globe to its portfolio over the past decade. Now, the company is making the most of its properties by offering the Festival Passport, a $799 pass that will provide admission to nearly every Live National festival, even if the event is already sold out.
Austin City Limits Music Festival, Bonnaroo, Camp Bisco, Forecastle, Peach Festival, Governors Ball, Isle of Wight, Lollapalooza (Chicago, Paris, and Berlin) and V Festival are just a few of the 90+ festivals for which Festival Passport will gain purchasers entry. Only 1,000 Festival Passports will be available and they go up for grabs this Monday, May 22 at 10 a.m. PT via FestivalPassport.com.
Festival Passports will be issued in the original buyer’s name and are non-transferable as Live Nation aims to combat scalpers. “The process is simple: show up at the event, take the Festival Passport to will call with a valid ID to get a designated wristband for that festival, then enter and enjoy the show,” reads a part of Live Nation’s statement about Festival Passport in a section about how to use the pass.
Head to FestivalPassport.com for more information including the fine print.
Festival Passport Events 2017
Austin City Limits Music Festival • Billboard Hot 100 • Bonnaroo • Camp Bisco • CBC Music Festival • Center of Gravity • Chasing Summer • Chicago Open Air • Country LakeShake • Countdown • Contact Winter Music Festival • Crystal Coast Music Festival • Dreams Music Festival • Dreamstate • EDC Las Vegas • EDC Orlando • Electric Forest • Escape: Psycho Circus • Faster Horses • Field Trip Music and Arts Festival • Forecastle • Free Press Summer Festival • Governors Ball • FVDED in the Park • HARD Summer Music Festival • Jamboree in the Hills • Lollapalooza Chicago • Music Midtown • Nocturnal Wonderland • Ohana Fest • One Love Music Festival • Paradiso • Peach Music Festival • Route 91 • Sasquatch! • Sloss Music And Arts • The Meadows Music & Arts Festival • The Roots Picnic • Trackside Music Festival • Voodoo Music + Arts Festival • Watershed
Barcelona Beach Festival • Citadel Festival • Community Festival • Copenhell • Creamfields • Creamfields Steel Yard • DCODE • Down the Rabbit Hole • Download Festival England • Download Festival Madrid • Download Festival Paris • Electric Picnic Music and Arts Festival • Findings Festival • Firenze Rocks! • Glasgow Summer Sessions • Graspop • Heartland Festival • I Love Techno Europe • I-Days Festival • Isle Of Wight Festival • Latitude Festival • Leeds Festival • Lollapalooza Berlin • Lollapalooza Paris • Lovebox Festival • Lowlands Festival • Main Square Festival • North Sea Jazz Festival • Parklife • Popaganda • Reading Festival • Rock am Ring • Rock im Park • Rock im Pott • Rock Werchter • Summerburst Gothenburg • Summerburst Stockholm • The Warehouse Project • TRNSMT Festival • TW Classic • V Festival • Way Out West • We Are Electric • Werchter Boutique • Wilderness Festival • Wireless Festival • Wireless Germany • Woo-Hah!
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