Spring has officially sprung, and for many the only significance of this is warm and sunny days spent by the pool or on the beach. For the rest of us, this means we’re getting ready for the 2018 festival circuit. However, if you’re not quite ready to say goodbye to winter or haven’t even seen a real winter this season, there’s a festival for that.
Minus Zero, the not so underdog as of recent years, has moved to the world-famous Mount Snow Ski Resort for 2018 to help accommodate their exponential growth. MZ brought the heat with their lineup in 2017 with Bassnectar, Illenium, and Griz – setting a precedent for this year. Artists such as Odesza, Zeds Dead, Tipper, Rezz, Jai Wolf, Liquid Stranger (to name a few) headline this year’s 3-day mountain extravaganza. So why should MZ rank high on your priority list? If anything, for the simple fact that tier 2 GA tickets are priced at $139+ fees, and this includes admission to after parties. You don’t have to attend many festivals to know that’s a bargain, especially for a lineup stacked with good music.
There are multiple types of tickets beyond GA and standard VIP. The highest dollar tickets promise an experience that most festivals can’t match, such as: intimate VIP only sets at the VIP Pool, luxury hotel suites stocked with complimentary snacks and refreshments, back stage access, access to the Artist Lounge with open bar and food, personal concierge service, spa and massage packages – the definition of “the works”, people. Keep in mind, this is solely based on how much you’re willing to spend on the experience, but most festivals don’t even come close to offering an experience such as this no matter how much money you can shell out.
The most appealing aspect to many, though, is that the festival takes place at a premier ski resort. Yes, you can actually have the spiritual experience of racing down the mountain with incredible views while listening to some of your favorite sounds live. Lift tickets are jaw-dropping low, priced at $149 before fees for all three days, with single day passes available as well for $59 before fees. Living in Colorado, these are prices people can only dream about. If we’re going to freeze at an outdoor festival, at least it includes attractions to make it worth every second.
Minus Zero is extremely organized and dedicated to providing a unique and safe experience. Lockers are available in the venue to keep your belongings secure, as well as a variety of amazing food, art installations, an indoor stage, and ski rentals on site for those unable to bring their gear to Vermont.
So, what are your plans on April 6, 7, 8? If it’s not Minus Zero, we can guarantee you’ll be disappointed you didn’t add it to your circuit. Don’t worry, MusicFests365 will be there to catch all the highlights of the weekend. Head over to http://www.minuszerofestival.com/tickets/ to purchase tickets, or for more information and updates follow @MinusZeroFest on Instagram and Twitter. Trust us when we say MZ 2018 will be a weekend that exceeds your expectations.
P.S. – As if we haven’t given enough reason to attend, in their latest press release MZ announced “On Sunday, we will be opening the Summit Stage at 6am so guests can welcome the sunrise from 3,500 feet altitude with some melodic beats.” I mean, seriously.