19 Dec 2020

Buy now and pay 1 May

We are very excited to invite you to the G! Festival 2021. Given everything going on, we are offering you the chance to buy your ticket now and pay for it on the 1st of May.
This is when we will have a much clearer picture of the 2021 Festival, which we currently hope and believe will go ahead.
When you buy a ticket for the 2021 festival, you will get a confirmation of purchase and your festival ticket will be sent to your email address when the money is withdrawn from your card.
If there will be any restrictions on the capacity of the festival, the first ones who purchase tickets will have first priority. This way, you can feel safe buying you G! 2021 ticket.
We wouldn't have been able to offer you this opportunity without our sponsors, so a big THANK YOU for making it possible.
And a huge thank you to all of you who have been supporting us throughout the years, we have missed you, and we can't wait to welcome you back to G! Festival in 2021.


Stay safe, and Merry Christmas.
G! Festival

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