First batch of Squamish Constellation Festival passes sell out

Organizers say early-bird tickets sold within an hour

Less than 40 minutes after the first tickets of the 2020 Squamish Constellation Festival were available, the first tier of early-bird weekend passes sold out.

“We put a limited number – a generous number – of passes up for sale today just to test the waters and couldn’t believe it when we got the call telling us we needed to prepare to sell out and switch over to our second tier after only 10 minutes,” co-founder and CEO Tamara Stanners said in a press release.

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“Squamish, in particular, came out hard in support of the festival despite the fact that the line-up won’t be announced until spring. We were so thrilled by the response.”

Organizers declined to share just how many passes were sold, but said it was “a solid amount.”

The second annual Constellation Festival will be July 24 to 26. Weekend passes are still available for an early-bird price until Dec. 31, with prices increasing in the new year.

Find more at www.constellationfest.ca.

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