Check Out the Music Festival That’s Charging $1 Million Per Ticket
It’s always a bummer to find out that tickets to a concert you really want to attend are out of your price range. Most of us are stuck attending only the most affordable music festivals, and we’re gonna guess that for most people, a ticket costing $1 million would fit into that category. If we’re mistaken and you have that kind of cash lying around, then a cool mil will have you on your way to the wildly exclusive, wildly expensive echelon of Iceland’s Secret Solstice Festival that would surely blow any music festival-lover’s mind!
Happening this June in Reykjavík, the festival that made headlines last year with their $200,000 festival ticket for only two people has upped the ante in more ways than one. The money may have you raising your (on-fleek) eyebrows, and that probably won’t stop when you find out that the price includes “a return flight in a private business jet from anywhere on the planet for you and five other guests, 24/7 access to two private luxury cars (including drivers and security) for a week in Iceland, two private concerts by prominent Icelandic musicians.”
But that’s not all! You’ll also have access to “helicopter transfers, complete access to the main Secret Solstice 2016 event, a private aerial tour of Iceland, access to the world’s first (and already sold out) concert inside the dormant magma chamber of a volcano, access to the world’s only party inside a glacier, private access to Iceland’s world-famous Blue Lagoon reserved for only your travel party, and so much more.” A lot more. Like, the list just keeps going. But pause for a moment to consider concerts in a volcano, a glacier and the Blue Lagoon! Wowza!
And we haven’t even gotten to the music, which includes bands like Radiohead, Deftones, Of Monsters and Men and Die Antwoord.
So if you have a million or two lying around, this might be the festival of a lifetime! If you don’t happen to be a multi-millionaire, you can still attend with alternate tickets being sold “for people with more modest budgets, starting at [$202] for a full festival pass, or [$283] for a VIP pass to the entire event.”
If you had the money, would you pay $1M for a music festival ticket? Tweet us @britandco!
(Photos via Secret Solstice)
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