Tall Tree Music Festival Offers Ticket Exchange Program for Pemberton Pass Holders

Tall Tree Music Festival Offers Ticket Exchange Program for Pemberton Pass Holders

  • May. 24, 2017 11:00 a.m.

Starting  May 24, Pemberton Pass Holders are eligible to exchange their Pemberton Festival Pass (GA, VIP) for a General Admission Tall Tree Festival Pass. The exchange program is limited to a first come, first serve system and the festival will honour ticket exchange inquiries in sequence to a maximum of 250.

“Tall Tree believes strongly in the bringing together of people and music to celebrate life on the west coast,” comments Emmalee Brunt, PR & Communications Manager for Tall Tree Music Festival. “Following the news of Pemberton’s cancellation, notably that ticket holders would not receive a refund, festival organizers decided to offer a ticket – for – ticket exchange to provide those who suddenly found themselves out of pocket and without a festival experience this summer.”

Organizers said they understand the challenges operating multi-day festivals but do not agree with a ‘no-refunds policy’ on a cancelled event.

“As far as size is concerned, Tall Tree operates on a much smaller scale than Pemberton,” Brunt said. “Our offer of 250 tickets is substantial for us, but we believe strongly that this is the right move, especially when we put ourselves in the shoes of Pemberton Pass Holders, as we’re avid festival goers ourselves.”

To claim the ticket exchange, view terms and conditions and for more information please visit: https://talltreemusicfestival.com/2017/pemby-ticket-exchange/

Please note that this is a ticket exchange for general admission tickets, to a maximum of 250, however does not cover camping/early access.

 

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