What if you could just walk up to any Live Nation festival, even if it was sold out, and be let in?
If you're interested in pairing the Festival Passport with your actual passport for the ultimate music holiday, visit Live Nation's official Festival Passport website.
For North American and European music fans, this is major news as it will grant access to almost every major festival of the summer.
The Festival Passport will be made available on May 22nd, 10AM PST (1am Singapore time).
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China, with a score of 74 on the index, has been ranked at 82 - far ahead of India, and Sri Lanka has scored 73 on the index. India landed in the last quarter of the index ranking 154th among 195 countries.
The pass will cost $799 and will work like a General Admission ticket to United States and worldwide festivals like Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Governors Ball, Forecastle, Rock Werchter, The Meadows, Sasquatch!, Isle of Wight and many more.
For $799, passport holders can attend festivals across the globe including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Creamfields, Parklife and more. In order to keep things on the up and up, and prevent scalpers, these passports will be issued in the original buyer's name and are non-transferable.
Enter the Live Nation Festival Passport (FP) - a pass, that for the price of US$799, grants you access to over 90 festivals spanning the US, Europe, and 1 festival in Australia.
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