If you are planning to go to Positivus Festival this summer, it might be high time to purchase the general admission tickets because they are selling out fast – the interest about the 10th edition of the biggest music festival in the Baltics is huge. There is a limited number of one day tickets available and they are close to being sold out on certain festival dates.
We had released only 5’000 single day tickets per festival date, and there are less than 1’000 tickets left on some of the dates. For the first time in festival’s history, Positivus one day tickets were sold out in 2014 when Ellie Goulding and Kraftwerk were headlining. Unfortunately many festival-goers (even those who had come from Estonia) were left without the coveted tickets as the festival venue total capacity had reached its maximum and we were not able to admit any more people.
“Many still buy tickets during the last week before the festival, so it is hard for us to tell when we will run out of certain tickets, but there is a big chance single day tickets will be sold out soon” – says Ģirts Majors, Organiser of Positivus Festival. The budget to secure a diverse and extensive line-up has leaped from 800’000 euros last year to 1’200’000 euros this year. The ticket price will go up from July 11.
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