Gigbeth 2008 has released a limited amount of ‘early bird’ tickets for all the city’s music fans who want to be at the front of the crowd at this year’s festival.
Gigbeth’s ‘early bird’ tickets will be priced at £20 for the entire weekend, allowing you to see over 200 bands and DJs in 10 different venues across Birmingham.
Headlining this year’s Gigbeth festival are Brum favourites The Guillemots, ‘Geek Rock’ phenomenon The Young Knives, Hip Hop legends The Sugarhill Gang and dance music icons Stanton Warriors.
Clare Edwards, Gigbeth organiser, says: “The early bird tickets are a way of saying thank you to everyone who wants to guarantee their place at this year’s festival. It also offers a cheaper alternative to the overall weekend ticket price which will make the event more accessible and encourage people to see a wider range of artists over the entire weekend.”
Gigbeth 2008 ‘early bird’ tickets are priced at £20. This allows you entry to every gig and event over the 2 day festival. Gigbeth ‘early bird’ tickets will only be on sale until October 15th.
Standard Gigbeth 2008 tickets are priced at £15 for Friday, £18 for Saturday, or £25 for the entire weekend (booking after 15th October).
Tickets are available from http://www.theticketsellers.co.uk/, http://www.tixmob.com/, Marketing Birmingham and by ringing the official Gigbeth Box Office on 0844 888 3883.
Gigbeth 2008 music festival will take place from 7th- 8th November throughout Digbeth in Birmingham. Gigbeth 2008 has something for all music loving members of the public, with top draw artists from many genres and a line up that will see established favourites join the newest rising stars of today’s music industry.
With performances in over 10 venues throughout the entire weekend, alongside a massive outdoor main stage at Millennium Point, Gigbeth 2008 is Birmingham’s biggest ever music festival.
For further information on Gigbeth 2008 please visit http://www.gigbeth.com/
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