Which are the world’s most expensive festivals?
Which are the world’s most expensive festivals? For modern day party people, music lovers, and cool kids, showing up at festivals during the summer season is an integral part of youth social integration. All over the world, music festivals have become the focal point of everything current, fashionable, noteworthy, and edgy. So of course everyone wants in, and that means festivals cash in.
It’s a giant pie with many fruitful slices and a few of those organisers getting pieces are snagging some really juicy ones.
According to The Guardian, a study has been carried out on the costs that surround some of the most popular festivals in the world.
Attending a festival is pricey enough when it comes to the ticket, yet there are also many other costs that go along with keeping yourself and your friends fed and hydrated for a few days. And obviously, when you’re out having a good time the very last thing you may be thinking of is any kind of smart spending.
If the data collected is to be trusted, Coachella is the number one most expensive festival in the world. The average person attending Coachella will spend 187 pounds a day.
The festival features a great big splash of Hollywood celebrities spanning the full spectrum of A to D list, fashion and music bloggers, and every type of LA climber that exists. The chance to get to frolic around the same grounds as people who make the cover of Heat and US! Magazines is undoubtedly a special drawing card for Coachella.
Tomorrowland is another well-known festival extravaganza in Belgium and it comes in second place, with the average attendee spending 186 pounds a day.
See the World’s Most Expensive Festivals in the list below displaying a variety of different events, noting the cost of admission and estimating food, transportation and other miscellaneous categories.
World’s Most Expensive Festivals, costs reflected in pounds.