Be first in line for Splendour in the Grass with these Contiki packages
Splendour is right around the corner so make sure you don't miss out.
Word on the street is that the 2019 Splendour in the Grass line-up is going to be announced any day now and based on last year's headliners, we have no doubt that this year is going to be another epic festival.
If you want to make sure you've got your weekend taken care of, Contiki has put together some Splendour packages that will get you tickets to the event along with a slew of extras.
We're talking your 3-day event ticket, transport from Brisbane or Gold Coast and camping for the whole festival where they'll even have your tent set up and waiting for you.
Once you're there, breakfast is included so you just need to roll out of bed and get ready for another full day. A hang-out tent is also nearby so you can take a breather or get charged up at the exclusive charging station.
One of the highlights of the Contiki packages is an exclusive performance by a Splendour artist right in Camp Contiki.Concertgoers can pre-register now to be the first in line Splendour info and tickets.
Packages go on sale at 2pm AEST on 11 April 2019 and include a set-up tent minutes from the main entry, daily brekky, a bespoke Contiki tent to hang out in and an exclusive performance by a Splendour artist. Prices start from $1,579 and you have the option to hop on a bus from Brisbane or the Gold Coast or make your own way there.
As a bonus, if you book your Splendour experience with Contiki you're in for a chance to win a VIP package upgrade that includes a backstage tour and Gold Bar access.
The 19th annual Splendour in the Grass festival is happening at Byron Bay from 19-21 July. And we know from past experience that things are going to move fast.Zip over to Contiki to pre-register and hold your place in line before it's too late.
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