AFTER months of anticipation, the first tickets for RockNess 2013 will go on sale at 9am on Monday 28th January.
Festival fans who are quick off the mark can snap up a limited number of camping inclusive weekend passes for £99, but there is good news for locals who miss out on the £99 or limited £129 early bird tickets.
In addition to lowering the standard ticket price by £20 for 2013, RockNess has introduced a special Inverness discount for anyone buying tickets across the counter at authorised city outlets The Ironworks and Caffrey’s menswear shop on Union Street.
Anyone buying tickets at either outlet after they go on sale on Wednesday 30th January will not have to pay any additional booking fee, a saving of up to £15 on this year’s prices and as much as £30 on 2102 prices.
However, although the first tickets go on sale on Monday, fans will have to wait until later in the week to learn the first acts confirmed for the Loch Ness festival.
One the limited £99 and £129 tickets are sold, festival goers will be able to purchase standard full price tickets at £139. Student and payment plan and tickets will be released at the same time.
Once standard full price tickets sell out, the price will rise to £149 for a last chance advance ticket.
For those looking for a little extra from their festival experience, VIP tickets are being held at last year’s price of £209.
A limited number of four day VIP camping tickets giving access to the site from Thursday evening will also go on sale on Monday, priced £229.
Full ticket details are available via www.rockness.co.uk
RockNess 2013 takes place at Dores by Loch Ness over the weekend of Friday 7th to Sunday 9th June.