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Spotlight: The Live Nation Festival Pass

The limited-edition $800 ticket will get you into the event company's festivals all over the world including: ACL, Lollapalooza, Way Out West, Isle of Wright and more.The Live Nation Festival Passport will allow ticketholders to attend any of over 90 festivals the company puts on around the world, including: Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Electric Daisy Carnival, Governors Ball, and Sasquatch!, along with European favorites like Reading and Leeds, Way Out West, Isle of Wight, Parklife, Lollapalooza’s Berlin and Paris editions, and tons more.

The Festival Passport guarantees you entry regardless of the event’s ticket availability, so you’re in like Flynn (Errol not General Mike) even if say Lollapalooza 2017 is sold out (it is BTW). Only 1,000 of these exclusive Passports will be made available and customers are only allowed to purchase one, nontransferable Festival Passport, which will be linked to the buyer’s name. They go on sale May 22nd at 10:00 am PT at FestivalPassport.com.
Find a complete list of participating festivals below:
Austin City Limits Music Festival
Barcelona Beach Festival
Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Camp Bisco
CBC Music Festival
Center of Gravity Festival
Chasing Summer Music Festival
Chicago Open Air
Citadel Festival
Community Festival
Contact Winter Music Festival
Copenhell
Countdown NYE
Country LakeShake
Creamfields
Creamfields Steel Yard
Crystal Coast Music Festival
DCODE Festival
Down the Rabbit Hole
Download Festival
Download Festival Paris
Download Festival Spain
Dreams Music Festival
Dreamstate San Francisco
Electric Daisy Carnival
Electric Daisy Carnival
Electric Forest Festival
Electric Picnic Music and Arts Festival
Escape Halloween
Faster Horses Country Music Festival
Field Trip Music & Arts Festival
Findings Festival
Firenze Rocks Festival
Forecastle Festival
Free Press Summer Festival
FVDED in the Park
Glasgow Summer Sessions
Governors Ball Music Festival
Graspop Metal Meeting
HARD Summer Music Festival
Heartland Festival
I Love Techno Europe
Independent Days Festival
Jamboree in the Hills
Latitude Festival
Leeds Festival
Lollapalooza Berlin
Lollapalooza Chicago
Lollapalooza Paris
Lovebox Festival
Lowlands Festival
Main Square Festival
Music Midtown
Nocturnal Wonderland
North Sea Jazz Festival
Ohana Festival
One Love Music Festival
Paradiso Festival
Parklife
Popaganda Music Festival
Reading Festival
Rock am Ring
Rock im Park
Rock im Pott
Rock Werchter
Roots Picnic
Route 91 Harvest
Sasquatch! Music Festival
Sloss Music & Arts Festival
Summerburst Göteborg
Summerburst Stockholm
The Falls Music & Arts Festival
The Isle of Wight Festival
The Meadows Music & Arts Festival
The Peach Music Festival
The Warehouse Project
Trackside Music Festival
TRNSMT Festival
TW Classic
V Festival
Voodoo Music + Arts Festival
Watershed Music Festival
Way Out West
We Are Electric Weekender
Werchter Boutique
Wilderness Festival
Wireless Festival Germany
Wireless Festival England
Woo-Hah! Festival

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