For one week only tickets for the next v-festival are going on sale.
Available on sale from 9am this morning (August 25th), they will be released for the same price as this years tickets. £132.50 for a weekend pass and £152.50 for a weekend camping pass. The tickets, that are limited to four per person, will be on sale for the week or until the limited amount simply runs out.
Simon Moran, the festival director, has commented on the events “early-bird” tickets: “We really want to give the fans a chance to buy tickets for next years festival at this years prices, the customer will be first in line for next years festival and save a few quid in the process”.
RouteNote.com wants to make sure that all tickets buyers go through some simple motions to make sure that all tickets bought are legitimate. Buying a to-good-to-be-true ticket for something so far in advance can easily go wrong. eFestival.co.uk only direct customers to the festivals own box-office or other main stream ticket agents. If your not sure that the agents your buying your tickets from are reputable then DO NOT BUY ONE, eFestival.co.uk enjoy a good reputation and are somebody decent to be involved with, if the tickets touts are not advertising a partnership with them (especially this early on) then something could be up. If your suspicious then just wait until that years release to be on the safe side or phone the NME ticketline on08712301094 to check if their direct partners.