General tickets for the Deni Blues & Roots Festival go on sale from November 26, with special 'local' tickets available from Monday.November 16, 2012 2:08pm
Tickets for the Deni Blues & Roots Festival will go on sale on November 26, but locals have a chance to get their hands on limited reduced-price tickets from Monday.
For residents in the 2710 and 2713 postcode areas only, 1000 tickets have been made available. They go on sale on Monday, from 10am, for one week only.
Priced at $150 for an adult ticket (over 16) and $75 for juniors, the special two-day ticket was an initiative of Sydney-based Chugg Entertainment who, along with Potts Entertainment, is running the event alongside the Deniliquin Play on the Plains Festival Ltd.
To make it fair, the tickets have been capped at two per local, and it’s first in, best dressed — so be quick!
Tickets are available online at denibluesfestival.com, or from Muster HQ in Hardinge St, Deniliquin or by phoning (03)
An extra 1000 ‘earlybird’ two-day tickets will also be available through Ticketek from November 21 for $220 for adults and $110 for juniors.
General admission tickets go on sale from 9am on November 26, priced at $250 for two days for adults and $125 for juniors.
One-day-only tickets are $150 for adults and $75 for juniors. There are 3500 one-day-only tickets available for each day.
Children under four are free.
Camping facilities will be available on site from noon Good Friday until noon on Easter Monday, April 1.
VIP tents will be available for two-man or four-man tents in a special area called Tent City.
The VIP tents will already be set up and ready to go for people on arrival.
For those not wanting VIP camping, Bronze Site tickets, Silver Site tickets and Gold Site tickets will be available to buy.
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