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Prices released for Contiki’s Splendour in the Grass 2017 packages

Peter Terlato 5 April 2017

Contiki Splendour in the Grass

The final deets about Contiki's Splendour in the Grass packages revealed.

Group travel experts Contiki this week announced the final details of their Splendour in the Grass VIP package deals, which depart from Sydney, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Contiki's packages to the annual Byron Bay festival go on sale Thursday and include a three day general admission event and camping ticket, return transport to Byron Bay from select departure cities, your tent set up and ready upon arrival, an exclusive performance by a Splendour artist at Camp Contiki and more.

Planning to get yourself there or depart from either the Gold Coast or Brisbane? Packages start at $1,379. Packages for those travelling from Sydney are priced at $1,529.

To give you some perspective on pricing, general admission three day tickets cost $392, while single day tickets cost $175. This doesn't include any of the extras available in Contiki's package deals, such as transportation costs and camping tickets, which are priced separately at $134 per person for five days.

Concert-goers who book and pay direct with Contiki will go into a draw to win a VIP backstage package.

The lineup is stacked this year with performances by The XX, Queens of the Stone Age, Royal Blood, HAIM, Sigur Rós, Schoolboy Q, Vance Joy, Two Door Cinema Club, Peking Duk, RL Grime, Bonobo, Father John Misty, LCD Soundsystem, Tash Sultana, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Stormzy, Paul Kelly and more.

For more details and booking information, including how to register for exclusive access to Contiki's packages from 9am Thursday 6 April 2017, visit Contiki's website.

Picture: www.splendourinthegrass.com

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