You can travel around the world with Live Nation’s Festival Passport – a ticket which gives you access to every festival this summer put on by the music promoter.
That means over 100 festivals including Reading and Leeds, Latitude, Isle of Wight and Field Day in the UK as well as New York’s Governors Ball, Australia’s Falls Festival, China’s Creamfields, UAE’s RedFestDXB and Poland’s Impact Festival.
The pass also gives you entry to all three Lollapalooza events in Berlin, Paris and Chicago.
Sounds great, right? But it doesn’t come cheap. The Passport will set you back $999 (£704) although if you think about it most festivals cost over £100 for a weekend pass so you’ll be saving lots of money.
Only people signed up to Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan platform will be able to purchase one.
Registration is currently open here and closes at Thursday, April 12th at 8pm PDT (Friday at 4am BST).
Once you’ve registered, fans will receive a code which will allow them to purchase a general access or VIP Festival Passport when they go on sale here on Tuesday, April 17 at 8am PDT (4pm BST).
There are only 2,500 general access passes and 100 VIP tickets costing $5,000 (£3,519) available.
All Festival Passports sold out in under 24 hours last year so make sure you get in there early.
Once you’ve bagged a Passport, you’ll need to email the concierge at least two weeks prior to an event to reserve your spot.
Camping isn’t included, unless otherwise noted, and neither is transportation, airfare, hotel accommodation or parking .
Only one general access or VIP Festival Passport, which is valid from April 2018 to April 2019, will be available to purchase per person.
Live Nation is requiring fans to submit their full legal name to match with a photo ID so they can gain entry to each festival.
For a map of participating festivals click here.