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Big Day Out Sells Out Early Bird Tickets

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12 August 2013, 9.50am

Big Day Out Sells Out Early Bird Tickets another 10,000 $165 Tickets Released For Those Who Hit Snooze

The buzz around the BIG DAY OUT’s return to Auckland continues to grow with news that our first release of 10,000 early bird tickets has sold out within 45 minutes of going on sale.

But there’s good news for those who missed out – because the early bird tickets went so fast, we’ve decided to release a further 10,000 tickets at the $165 early bird ticket price. We really don’t want anyone who thought they could sleep in on this one to miss out.

There are no fees or hidden extras with the $165 ticket price when you your ticket from bigdayout.com or Ticketmaster.

After this special release of tickets for early-birds-who-thought-they-could-hit-the-snooze-button sells out, general release tickets will be $185, including booking fees.

We have been overwhelmed by the response to the return of Big Day Out to Auckland and delighted that our new home at Western Springs is really exciting fans as well.

We’ve got a classic Big Day Out line-up of compelling headline acts and some of the most exciting new artists in the world.

The Big Day Out 2014 promises full length headline sets by heavy-hitters Pearl Jam, Blur, Arcade Fire andenigmatic hip-hop legend turned rasta Snoop Dogg (aka Snoop Lion).

The bill also features DJ Steve Agnello, Major Lazer, Flosstradamus, grunge legends Mudhoney, emerging indie superstars Tame Impala, Diiv, Toro Y Moi, returning local heroes The Naked And Famous and a number of surprises.

We’ll see you there. But don’t sleep on it any more. Tickets are selling fast. That’s a fact.

ENDS

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