The Most Exclusive Festivals In The World

The Most Exclusive Festivals In The World

When it comes to festivals there is something for everyone. No matter who you are the festival world seems to have catered to you. One thing, however, we will agree is that this list of festivals is something special. You would risk being called a liar if you say you wouldn’t want to go.

Whether your festival travel takes you to one of these amazing festivals or another adventure, we hope the summer brings you what you are looking for.

Secret Solstice Festival – Reykjavik, Iceland

Taking place over the the second to last week of June every year Secret Solstice Festival has very reasonably priced tickets, especially for a 4-day event. However, it makes it to our list for another reason, the Package of the Gods valued at just over $7100 per person. To highlight a few of the extra benefits that come along with the hefty price tag, festival goers will be lifted into the glacier event by helicopter, executive-plus room for 2 at the Hilton hotel, tickets to a glacier party, and so much more.

For those looking for a truly spectacular festival experience, this is definitely a bucket list item.

Package of the Gods: $7101

VIP: $375

4-Day GA: $233

Coachella – Indio, California

Coachella is the most expensive festival going in regards to general admission sitting at $429 per person. VIP tickets will grant access to all of the VIP areas and there are more expensive camping options available. Coachella sees around 100,000 visitors each day over the weekend and has an incredible line-up each year, this year we saw the likes of the Weekend, Eminem, and the Queen B herself Beyoncé.

VIP: $999

3-Day GA: $429

Per Day: $143

Burning Man – Napa, California

Burning Man is an iconic festival set-out in the middle of the desert where a huge temporary community gathers. It’s also a unique festival in the sense that no acts are booked for the event and the entire festival is filled with spontaneous adventures. You don’t go to Burning Man specifically for music, it’s about the experience as a whole, with no VIP areas there’s a real sense of community. The above amazing pictures were taken by Victor Habchy you can see more of his pictures here

3-Day GA: $425

Per Day: $142

Bonnaroo – Manchester, Tennessee

The Platinum Package at Bonnaroo really ramps up the festival experience. Festival-goers will benefit from numerous premium viewing areas, access to an exclusive hospitality lounge, and most importantly a food and beverage package that includes a happy hour! The VIP package offers a variety of exclusive access areas and parties similar to that of platinum packages. For those looking at GA tickets, prices are extremely affordable at $337.5 each for a 4-day event. Don’t get too excited when you read Manchester, this festival like others is deep in the United States.

Platinum Package: $2500

VIP: $1648.5

4-day $337.5

Outside Lands – San Francisco, U.S.

Being held in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, Outside Lands brings together an incredible line-up such as Florence And The Machine, The Weeknd, and Bon Iver. VIP packages get guests into an array of close-up viewing areas as well as a bunch of exclusive food and beverage services. Sitting on the far West coast of the states, tickets can be rather pricey for us Brits but it’s a festival definitely worth attending.

VIP: $795

3-Day: $375

Tomorrowland – Boom, Belgium

We couldn’t think of a more apt name for the city of Tomorrowland, the party keeps booming across 2 weekends. The line-up for 2018 included Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Alan Walker, and Bonzai All Stars feat. Airwave. The VIP package will get you access to each of the VIP zones at each of the stages giving great views, service, and experience and is by far the most reasonably priced VIP experience out of all the festivals to make this list.

VIP: $585

3-Day: $331

Glastonbury – Glastonbury, U.K.

Serving over 48 years, Glastonbury it perhaps the greatest U.K. festival featuring truly incredible performers, recent years we have seen the likes of  Coldplay, Adele, Muse, and Beck alongside many others. Not having to fork out for flights makes this a more than affordable and worthwhile trip, the only problem is getting tickets as they sell out in minutes.

4-Day: $320