The Guardian festival blog: UK music festivals: how to get the best-value tickets | Music

by John Bownas
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Tickets for what’s almost certainly Britain’s most expensive music festival – costing £250 each – go on sale on Monday and are likely to sell out in minutes, despite the fact it’s only a one-day event and they haven’t even announced any of the acts.

House Festival, taking place this year at Kenwood House in Hampstead, London on 5 July, has been dubbed “the poshest festival in the world”, and the decision to hike the price once again – tickets were £200 in 2014 – is unlikely to deter its well-heeled clientele. Organised by Soho House, the event is renowned for its big pop names – last year’s bill included Erasure, Dua Lipa and Rag’n’Bone Man – and that hefty price traditionally includes unlimited high-end food and booze.

By contrast, Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) this week revealed it will be charging just £5 a day to see acts including Example & DJ Wire, Wiley and Stefflon Don on…


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