Feeling Like A Festival Freak? Hit Up All Of Live Nation’s Concerts With A Festival Passport

This is just about the best ticket deal to date. For a one-time price of $800, you can be the proud owner of a special passport that gets you into every single Live Nation festival this year. That’s right – over 90 festivals, three continents, hundreds of bands, and about as much music as you can handle for less than a grand. The catch? There’s only 1,000 of these festival passports available, you can only buy one per person, and sales go live this Monday.

Consider for a moment what one of these passports can get you. U2 and Chance the Rapper at Bonnaroo. The Killers and Blink-182 at Lollapalooza. Red Hot Chili Peppers and Gorillaz at Austin City Limits. Childish Gambino and Tool at The Governors Ball. And those are just a few of the North American options! Live Nation also runs European fests Reading with Eminem and Liam Gallagher, Leeds with Muse and Billy Talent, Rock Werchter with Arcade Fire and Prophets of Rage, and plenty more.

And did we mention that line skips and camping are covered? Any passport holder can waltz up to will call with their passport and ID and festival bracelets will be waiting for them, regardless of how sold-out the show might be. And all it takes to get free camping is an email to Live Nation a couple weeks ahead of any festival’s start date. Basically we’re trying to say this is a dream come true. The only thing that could make it better would be included flights, too!

Live Nation’s Festival Passports go on sale at a special website at 10 AM Pacific Standard Time this Monday May 22. One more time, for emphasis: there are only 1000 of these puppies available, and they go on sale Monday at 10 PST. That would be 1 PM EST – make sure to check your time zone! The passports are limited to one per person and are non-transferable, so if you want one for yourself be sure to have a credit card handy and reliable Internet connection at the ready. In the meantime, salivate at the possibilities with the full festival participation list below:

North America:

Austin City Limits Music Festival • Billboard Hot 100 • Bonnaroo • Camp Bisco • CBC Music Festival • Center of Gravity • Chasing Summer • Chicago Open Air • Country LakeShake • Countdown • Contact Winter Music Festival • Crystal Coast Music Festival • Dreams Music Festival • Dreamstate • EDC Las Vegas • EDC Orlando • Electric Forest • Escape: Psycho Circus • Faster Horses • Field Trip Music and Arts Festival • Forecastle • Free Press Summer Festival • Governors Ball • FVDED in the Park • HARD Summer Music Festival • Jamboree in the Hills • Lollapalooza Chicago • Music Midtown • Nocturnal Wonderland • Ohana Fest • One Love Music Festival • Paradiso • Peach Music Festival • Route 91 • Sasquatch! • Sloss Music And Arts • The Meadows Music & Arts Festival • The Roots Picnic • Trackside Music Festival • Voodoo Music + Arts Festival • Watershed


Barcelona Beach Festival • Citadel Festival • Community Festival • Copenhell • Creamfields • Creamfields Steel Yard • DCODE • Down the Rabbit Hole • Download Festival England • Download Festival Madrid • Download Festival Paris • Electric Picnic Music and Arts Festival • Findings Festival • Firenze Rocks! • Glasgow Summer Sessions • Graspop • Heartland Festival • I Love Techno Europe • I-Days Festival • Isle Of Wight Festival • Latitude Festival • Leeds Festival • Lollapalooza Berlin • Lollapalooza Paris • Lovebox Festival • Lowlands Festival • Main Square Festival • North Sea Jazz Festival • Parklife • Popaganda • Reading Festival • Rock am Ring • Rock im Park • Rock im Pott • Rock Werchter • Summerburst Gothenburg • Summerburst Stockholm • The Warehouse Project • TRNSMT Festival • TW Classic • V Festival • Way Out West • We Are Electric • Werchter Boutique • Wilderness Festival • Wireless Festival • Wireless Germany • Woo-Hah!


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Mathew Kahansky

Once upon a time, Mat studied journalism. That's how he became Alan's one-time intern and current-time contributor, and the rest is ongoing history - get it? Mat also studied biology and music, so he has a strangely specific knowledge set that doesn't really apply anywhere other than useless fun facts. He currently works for a music tech start-up in Halifax, and is a big fan of the em dash.

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