Tickets for the 2015 Future Music Festival featuring Drake, The Prodigy, and Die Antwoord go on sale tomorrow – and even if you’re struggling to make the rent this week you can still afford to grab a ticket.
The festival’s “Pay By Instalment” option lets you breaking up the cost of your ticket into weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments. You could pay as little as $9 per week or the equivalent of a thimble of craft beer if you live in Melbourne. “We want Future Music Festival to be the biggest and best of the season and feel it’s very important to make tickets as accessible as possible, ” explains festival director Brett Robinson. “This option is great for those who want to secure their tickets straight away, but who might not be able to afford the whole price at once.”
For those of you with cash to throw around like you’re Drake at a strip-club there are also VIP tickets that offer access to the First Class Bar and private toilet facilities. ‘First Class Lounge’ access in Melbourne, Sydney or Perth will set you back $345 a ticket. General admission tickets start at $139.90 ($20 less than last year) in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne, and 5.90 in SA. This year, you can also add a ‘Sunset Club’ upgrade for , which gets you “a glamorous oasis where you and your friends can take a break, grab a cocktail, relax and recharge.” Check out all the added extra below.
Sunset Club (national): GA ticket + upgrade
Pop-up bars, including a full range of premium drinks
Food offerings exclusive to Sunset Club
Day beds, couches, tables and chairs
Free WiFi access and phone charging outlets (iPhone & Android)
Premium toilet facilities with bathroom attendants and full-time cleaning crew
Cloak room facility and plenty of shaded areas
Big screen live feed from the main stages
The Future Survival Station (for festival essentials)