Sometimes giving and receiving ‘stuff’ just doesn’t cut it. Whether it’s because you’re surrounded by clutter or only need so many scented candles. Sometimes it’s good to mix things up a bit.
We find ourselves broke and mildly fed-up with winter after the holidays, craving an escape from the monotony of our lives (too dramatic?!) and just wanna party (Yaaaaaass!).
So, might I suggest something unconventional as a Christmas prezzie?
For the music-buff and/or party animal in your life (it may even be you), why not give the gift of Igloofest 2015?
This years line-up is nuts, like chestnuts but with easier access.
Check out the Igloofest official schedule for 2015 and see for yourself!
This year’s list of DJ’s is nothing short of impressive. Legendary techno-house kingpin John Digweed will grace us with his epic-ness, along with Cadenza founder Luciano, Swiss producer Deetron and Panorama Bar resident Cassy.
Check out the full Igloofest 2015 program
Official Scheduled Dates for Igloofest 2015:
*All times run from 7pm until 12:30 am
Fees and Packages:
Igloopasses (12 nights/quick entry):
Pre-sale tickets are available for a low price of $95 all-in (limited quantity!) until the end of today, December 9th – so get on it because after today the prices go up to $120 afterwards!
If you can’t fork out the funds today, no stress. Ticket prices go up marginally, to their regular price of $120 all-in between December 10th to January 18th
Again, these tickets are sold with a limited quantity, so don’t wait too long.
Iglooweekends (3 nights/quick entry):
$45 all-in. It’s as easy as that.
On-site at the Igloo Boutique (before the night of the actual event):
For the less-committed-to-a-date igloo-fester, throw $20 into an envelope and in-script “don’t open until Igloofest 2015”. Hopefully that will ensure they follow the instructions and spend it on the actual ticket and not on pre-dranks.
On the Web (Ticketpro): $20 and expect to pay a service fee.
For those who only roll high (or something to that effect) the VIP Package gives quick access to the Igloolounge and VIP terrace. This can be yours (or theirs) for $75 (all in) @ Iglooboutiques or pay the extra service fees online at Ticketpro.
While the service charge is a bit more, avoiding that line-up gives you more time to pre-game with your pals (or go for dinner, which is something that I would do).
You can’t put a price on convenience.
For the procrastinator (and if you don’t mind waiting), tickets will be availale at the door (from 7pm only):
Individual tickets will be sold for $25 all-in. There is also a VIP Package available, which again, will give you quick access to the Igloolounge, as well VIP terrace access for $80 inclusive.
Please be advised that, as with previous years, there is NO re-admission to the site for any reason. So, if you leave you leave for good.
Igloofest is an 18+ event, and they don’t give refunds (sad face).