Outlook launches discounted ticket scheme in response to rising cost of living

The Croatian festival, which will hold its inaugural UK event this summer, is offering discounted tickets for those who can’t afford the full price.

Outlook announced the initiative last week (20 May), sharing a statement via social media. “We believe in doing what we can to make music and events accessible to as many people as possible,” the team wrote. “Over the years we’ve worked with organisations to open up our events to greater audiences and wider music communities.”

Acknowledging the current financial crisis with the rise of living costs, they continued: “this year, the increased cost of living is making attending events a challenge for many people and with the launch of our inaugural year of our first UK event, hosting all of our community feels more important than ever.”

“As independent promoters, we are also feeling the impact of these economic challenges but believe that ensuring our audience can still come together and celebrate the music we are passionate about is crucial. In the current climate, we appreciate that some of our audience simply will not be able to afford full price tickets to music events.”

In response to this current climate, Outlook are “offering the opportunity to apply for a discount for our events proportionate to what you can afford.” This will be available for the Outlook UK and Croatia events. Applications for discounted tickets close on 29 May. To request discounted tickets fill out the form here.

Read the full statement below.

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Outlook’s debut UK edition is set to take place from 30 June to 3 July at Cholmondeley Castle, in Cheshire and features the likes of Sherelle, Batu, Ghetts, DJ Storm and LCY on the bill. Head to the Outlook website for further information.

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