Positivus Festival – the biggest music and arts festival in the Baltic states – will take place from 14 – 16 July next year. During the last decade, audiences of up to 30,000 visitors have experienced an unforgettable weekend with amazing music and atmosphere. Early bird tickets will go on sale this Wednesday, November 23rd and these tickets will be available until November 30st. One of the new special features of this year will be teenage tickets that will cost only 50% of the regular festival ticket price and two day tickets.
Starting from 08:00 on the morning on November 23 until November 30, Early Bird tickets can be found on www.positivusfestival.com and at Biļešu Serviss retail outlets.
3 day ticket – €65 (starting from 1 December: €75)
3 day ticket + camping – €73 (starting from 1 December: €83)
VIP ticket – €200 (starting from 1 December: €250)
VIP house – €300
In addition, starting from December 1st, teenage tickets, tickets for one day and for the first time two day tickets will go on sale. The two day tickets will allow you to attend the festival on Friday – Saturday or Saturday – Sunday.
Teenage tickets will only be available for purchase on the festival web page www.positivusfestival.com and will cost just 50% of the regular price. These tickets are for visitors aged 11-16 at the time they put on their festival wristband. Since young people until age of 16 (including) must be supervised by an adult, youth tickets can only be purchased in combination with at least one adult ticket. One adult can purchase several teenage tickets. At the time the wristband is put on, the owner of the teenage ticket will have to show proof of identity (passport or ID card). In addition, the wristband can only be obtained when accompanied by an adult who has purchased the ticket. More info at www.positivusfestival.com.
During its 10 festivals, Positivus has become the most loved outdoor music and arts festival in the Baltic States. In 2016, 30,000 visitors on the five festival stages enjoyed artists like Iggy Pop, Years & Years, M83, John Newman, Grimes and many more.