A limited number of Boomtown 2018 tickets have just become available

Eco travellers and luxury campers can nab resale tickets or Boomtown Springs tickets now

Boomtown 2018 ticket resale

If you missed out on Boomtown tickets this year, eco-conscious travellers and those wanting to camp in the new Boomtown Springs area can get hold of tickets for this year’s festival now.

As Boomtown festival prepare to embark on Chapter 10 this August, festival organisers are promising their biggest and best affair yet, with festival attendees well and truly becoming part of the storyline – collectively conspiring with an anonymous hacker to takedown the tyrannical Bang Hai Corporation (get up to date with the story so far).

festival organisers are promising their biggest and best affair yet, with festival attendees well and truly becoming part of the storyline

With the announcement of this year’s main headliners Gorillaz, Die Antwoord and Limp Bizkit,   alongside this year’s Glastonbury-shaped hole, it’s little wonder that 2018 is officially Boomtown’s fastest selling year, with tickets selling out way back in February.

There are hundreds more acts booked across 27 main stage (view the full lineup here), plus countless hidden areas and sideshows to discover across four full days, with the festival opening a day earlier this year for those who purchase a Wednesday entry ticket – a new addition for 2018 to combat lengthy queue times, which were a bugbear at last year’s festival.  

Boomtown Springs tickets

Official resale tickets went live last week, and although general entry tickets sold out in under a minute, there are still several options available for those who missed out on tickets first time round, including Wednesday entry tickets and traveller tickets (for coach and shuttle travellers), costing between £246 and £276. 

although general entry tickets sold out in under a minute, there are still several options available for those who missed out on tickets first time round

Boomtown have also announced a brand new VIP area for 2018, Boomtown Springs. Based within the heart of the city, Boomtown Springs will create an immersive theatrical camping experience for its residents, so that the story continues even back at the campsite. It’s being hosted by Bearded Kitten – the creative minds behind The Bank, The Opera House and The Gentleman’s Club in previous chapters, so we can expect very good things.

Boomtown Springs immersive theatre Bearded Kitten

Boomtown Springs tickets are considerably more pricey than standard entry, at £480 (with 50/50 split payment and £100 deposit options available), however, if you can afford it or simply can’t bear to miss out this summer’s festival, there is a lot included to justify the extra cost – including £100 worth of drinks tickets to use across the festival site.

there is a lot included to justify the extra cost – including £100 worth of drinks tickets to use across the festival site

On arrival, Boomtown Springs residents will also be able to take advantage of its own festival entrance (meaning limited to zero queues ), close proximity parking and included Wednesday entry, if you’re brave enough to take on four full days. 

Boomtown Springs luxuries include posh site-wide toilets

Once there, residents will be able to enjoy fancy showers, free phone charging and Boomtown Springs ‘mansion’ and ‘pool’ parties. Boomtown Springs residents will also have the advantage of a few luxuries across the main festival site, including a private entrance lane into the city and access to posh, site-wide flushing toilets. 

residents will be able to enjoy fancy showers, free phone charging and Boomtown Springs ‘mansion’ and ‘pool’ parties

For more information about Boomtown Springs or to get hold of a ticket, head over to the Boomtown Springs page. If you’ve already got a standard Boomtown ticket but fancy upgrading to Boomtown Springs, you can email [email protected].

To nab yourself a resale ticket, head over to the official Boomtown resale ticket page.

Boomtown – 9-12 August, Hampshire
tickets // boomtownfair.co.uk

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