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Pemberton Music Festival Tickets Go On Sale

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Posted on Friday, December 12, 2014

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Pemberton Music Festival is coming back this summer from Thursday, July 16 to Sunday, July 19, 2015. Festival organizer HUKA Entertainment will once again be bringing together a world class line-up when they hit town this summer.

Early bird tickets for Pemberton Music Festival are set to go on sale this Friday, December 12, 2014 at 10 AM!

“We’re incredibly excited to announce our dates for 2015, and look forward to welcoming the best artists and fans in the world back to our beautiful festival site,” said HUKA Entertainment CEO A.J. Niland.

The 2015 festival marks the third time the summer concert series will return to the old Fotch field. After a 5 year hiatus HUKA entertainment made the commitment to bring back the festival after the inaugural event in 2008. Last year's festival saw a number of changes including the additions of a new comedy line-up, better traffic control and additional concert stages and tents.


Early bird tickets are currently available for $229 for four day General Admission Passes plus $89 for either a camping or shuttle pass, or $29 for a Go Green pass – which are in limited supply. Two VIP options are also available including, Four day VIP Passes for $799 or Four Day Super VIP passes for $1,299 - both include choice of camping or shuttle. Tickets will be released in four tiers. This is the cheapest you'll get tickets so make sure to grab yours today. Head on over to the Pemberton Music Festival website for more info on early bird tickets!

Additionally a limited number of RV passes are being made available for the Early Bird rate of $349.

Camping Improvements

HUKA Entertainment is also taking steps to improve this year’s experience by expanding campgrounds, adding additional walking paths and providing more transport assistance for the campers. The major complaint last year was hauling gear into the festival grounds. HUKA CEO addressed this by saying, “We have been working hard on an improved camping load-in and load-out experience, including additional campgrounds closer to parking areas, and improved footpath surfaces, which means campers will have an easier time carrying, wheeling and pulling their gear into the site,” said Niland. “We are also adding more transportation assistance from the parking lots to the main campgrounds immediately adjacent to the festival, which means more rides for more campers in general.”

Additional improvements include more food services, additional shower stations and more water filling stations.

Most importantly the festival organizers say they will release the concert line-up in early 2015, far early than the late Spring announcement last year.