Tickets flew out the door for the Deni Blues and Roots festival when local ticket sales opened on Monday.November 22, 2012 9:18am
Even before they opened the doors of Muster HQ yesterday, eager locals were lined up waiting for their Deni Blues & Roots Festival tickets.
Only 1000 specially priced ‘local’ tickets were made available for the Easter 2013 event, and by 2pm yesterday almost 400 had been sold.
The lines inside Muster HQ were constant from 9am, almost reaching back to the front door from the counter.
It was a welcome sight for Festival general manager John Harvie (pictured) and marketing manager Karla Notley, who were also assisting in sales yesterday.
The special local tickets, available for residents in the 2710 and 2713 postcode areas, are only on offer until Sunday. If buying online, you need to use the promo code ‘local’ to receive the special deal. Local adult tickets are $150 for both days, or $75 for juniors (16 and under).
Normal early bird tickets go on sale tomorrow, and general sale from November 26.
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