Exit Festival links up with NFT-TiX as part of multi-year collaboration

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Exit Festival has continued its partnership with ticketing platform NFT-TiX as part of a multi-year collaboration.

Last year, the festival utilised blockchain ticketing to sell NFT tickets, becoming the first event of this size to do so, according to organisers.

NFT-TiX and Exit Festival have also been nominated for the Disruptor Award at TheTicketingBusiness Awards, which will take place at TheTicketingBusiness Forum in Manchester next month. 

The collaboration with NFT-Tix will see a number of events organised by the Exit team, as well as a special offer
for the upcoming Exit Festival which is set to take place July 6-9 in Novi Sad, Serbia. The festival also launched an NFT collection last year. 

In addition to regular NFT tickets – 10 of which have never been seen before – ultra VIP humanitarian tickets will be available for €10,000 (£8,800/$10,600). 

These passes will provide fans with a unique festival experience, including a personal host at the festival, meet and greets with performers, access to the VIP Gold zones on the festival’s main stage and Dance Arena, and onstage tickets to the Dance Arena. The pass will also include entry to the Infinite Dance Arena Lounge and the VIP Diamond area located in the Dance Arena. 

As well as the perks available on festival grounds, holders of these tickets will have access to accommodation at the Leopold Hotel, transfer from the airport, a separate wristband exchange location and festival entrance, and telephone assistance from Exit Festival’s VIP protocol service. 

NFT-TiX, which is built on the Ethereum blockchain, was launched last year at Exit Festival.