Ultra 2014 Is Just Around the CornerMarch 21, 2014
The Ultra Music Festival is scheduled for March 28th to March 30th and promises to be one of the best events of the year in Miami. This event is known for coming with a bit of a high price tag, but this year, it will be even more expensive.
Only a lucky few were able to get the early-bird tickets for $149.95. These tickets went on sale in May of 2013 and they sold out in less than 5 minutes.
The next price level was $274.95 and those tickets were gone 20 minutes after their release. This means, if you want to enjoy the event, just a general patron, you now must pay the full price of $399.95 plus the service charges and shipping. This puts the total price per ticket at $504.95!
This popular music festival will sell out again this year, as it usually does, even with the high price. Of course, you may want to attend the event as a VIP, which gets even more expensive.
VIP Tickets for Ultra 2014
VIP tickets provide a more enjoyable experience with a number of luxuries. However, they come at a high price tag of $849.95 per ticket. Those with the cash will spend it because of the popularity of this event.
How this Price Compares to Other Things
Some have taken to social media to discuss the price of the Ultra Music Festival and put it into perspective. Some are saying it’s a rip-off and this will be the first time they miss the festival because of the high price. Others have said they’d rather use the cash they save from not going to take their family to the Electric Daisy Carnival.
Of course, the real fans say you get what you pay for and the music festival is worth every penny of the high price and more. They say the price is certainly high, but the experience is something you won’t soon forget.
The prices have remained stable for two years and representatives from the festival stated that the city fees have been the reason for the ticket price increase.
Regardless, those looking for an incredible music festival and willing to drop the cash will be able to create memories with friends, family and other music fans.