Brisfest 2013 | Ashton Court | 21-22 September

Editor May 1, 2013 0
Brisfest 2013 | Ashton Court | 21-22 September

Brisfest introduces new ticket structure for 2013

Following unprecedented success in 2012, Brisfest – Bristol’s only independent volunteer-run 2 day festival – has announced a new ticket sales structure for 2013.

Tickets for Brisfest 2013, which go on sale Wednesday 1st May at 9am, will be sold in three tiers including a reduced rate ‘Early Bird’ ticket covering the entire weekend.

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The move comes as part of the charity’s continued commitment to community inclusiveness, and to representing local creative interests.

Brisfest CEO Poppy Stephenson commented: “Last year was a sink or swim moment for us, as we made the move to Ashton Court to accommodate increased demand for tickets.

“The response to the move was incredible; we sold out in advance last year, so there were no tickets available on the gate!  It was immensely humbling to have so much support, not just locally but across the country – visitors came from London, Wales and the North.

“To show our appreciation and to ensure that Brisfest continues to stand for community spirit we have introduced a new ticketing structure that rewards our most avid supporters.”

The new pricing structure sees a limited number of Early Bird tickets go on sale on the Brisfest website at 9am on Wednesday 1st May, priced at £26 for the two days.  Once these have sold out the second wave of tickets will become available for £31 (same price as last year) and then the third wave at £35, so they are cheaper the earlier you purchase.  As ever children under 12 go free, and this year the family ticket (2 adults, 2 teens & children) will cost £41 again.

Each wave of tickets will have limited availability and will ONLY be available to buy on the Brisfest website.

For more information and to sign up to the Brisfest newsletter to be one of the first to get notifications on acts, tickets and all other news go to www.brisfest.co.uk.

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