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This year, for the very first time, Splendour In The Grass will offer a strictly limited number of VIP Gold Passes for sale to the public.

‘Many overseas festivals, and other Australian events, offer VIP tickets and it’s something our patrons have been asking us about. We withheld a very small allocation of tickets to provide it as an exclusive offer this year,’ said Splendour co-producer Jessica Ducrou.

General event tickets for Splendour sold out in just 43 minutes when they went on sale in late April. The fastest sell out in the event’s history.

The VIP Gold Pass includes VIP Express Lane entry and access to Splendour’s exclusive Gold Bar and its facilities for all three days of the festival.

The Gold Bar is located right beside the Supertop main stage and features a luxuriously hip indoor space kitted out with a great bar, fab food and comfortable surroundings, as well as a lovely garden area with outdoor settings amongst the trees.

VIP Gold Pass ticketholders will have the chance to mingle with artists, media and industry insiders. They’ll have access to the side-of-stage viewing area. And there’s also direct entry to the VIP toilets!

To purchase a ticket go to moshtix.com.au or phone 1300 GET TIX (438 849) from noon on Friday 8 June. Price is $700 per person + booking fee, or to upgrade from an existing ticket – $350 + booking fee.

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  1. As a person who is generally supportive of Music Festivals and also who actually wrote a submission in favour of Splendour to NSW planning I have to say I am alarmed at the “greediness” both festivals are displaying towards the public. I am also supportive of VIP ticketing but forgodsakes….$700 for a ticket to a music festival….am I out of date here or what.
    Friends were charged $425 to park our bus at The Blues, a blatant rip-off I would submit. I predict that greediness will kill these big festivals ultimately. They should both take heed but will probably not do so!


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