MUSIC: WILD LIFE Festival Release Extra Tickets!

If you’re one of those people that’s been kicking themselves for not acting faster after the tickets to Wild Life Festival sold out in a matter of days, then you’re in luck.

The organisers are releasing one last batch of tickets this Friday (24th) at 9:30am. You can buy them from their website as well as the usual ticket providers (Seetickets, Ticketmaster and Gigsandtours). Tickets also come with a bus ticket bundle at £8 for travel to and from the festival. The buses will be leaving from three different places in Brighton and one in Worthing, so you’ve got no excuse!

Existing ticket holders, if you’re feeling rather smug about the whole thing then why not upgrade to the VIP package? It gives you access to the VIP Brighton Beach Club where you can chill out in the jacuzzis or deck chairs and have your drinks served directly to you (which means no bar queues), not to mention the fact that there will be luxury toilets. VIP ticket holders will also be able to enjoy beats from the Beach Clubs own DJs, cocktails, Prosecco, the MOKU Beach Barbecue, an ice cream parlour and much more. Ticket upgrades and VIP tickets will also be released at 9:30am on Friday. Just don’t forget to set your alarm!

Wild Life Festival will take place at Brighton City Airport on June 6th and 7th. Headliners are Disclosure, Rudimental, Sam Smith and Wu Tang Clan.

The Verse Staff

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