OVO FEST TICKETS COST UP TO $10,000 EACH ON TICKETMASTER & PEOPLE ARE PISSED

It's $800 just to sit on the lawn!

OVO FEST TICKETS COST UP TO $10,000 EACH ON TICKETMASTER & PEOPLE ARE PISSED
Tickets for Drake’s highly anticipated OVO Fest went on sale this Friday and they’re not cheap. The Raptors global ambassador had announced the festival’s lineup this Thursday. However, based on the current prices of OVO Fest 2019 tickets, it looks you’ll have to pay an arm and a leg to get in.

According to Ticketmaster.ca, lawn tickets for the festival’s August 5th date, which Drake himself will be headlining, are going for as much as $800 each – and those are the cheap seats. The most expensive tickets available, which seat you in Section 201 Row A, are going for as much $10,000 CAD. Yup, you read that right – you could literally buy a car for the price of prime seating at this year’s festival. READ MORE


TICKETS TO THIS YEAR’S OVO FEST ARE RIDICULOUSLY EXPENSIVE
Say what you will about this year’s decidedly, um, “vintage” lineup: Drake’s OVO Fest remains the hottest ticket in town — and unless you’ve already scored a seat (or have thousands of dollars to spare), your chances of getting in are slim.

Tickets for the ninth annual OVO Fest went on sale this morning at 10 a.m., just one day after Drizzy himself officially announced the return of his headline-making concert series after a year-long hiatus. READ MORE


HIGH TICKET PRICES FOR OVO FEST LEAVE FANS SHOCKED
If you were hoping to get tickets to Drake’s two-day OVO fest this year, be prepared to shell out a lot of cash.

Tickets for the ninth OVO fest officially went on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday morning.

To attend the August 5 show at Budweiser stage — which has only Drake on the bill — will set you back $800 to $1,000 for general admission. To actually get a seat, it will cost you around $2,500.

Many angry fans have taken to Twitter to express their frustration. READ MORE


OVO FEST TICKET PRICES AREN’T CHEAP, AND DRAKE FANS AREN’T AMUSED
OVO Fest has run annually in Toronto since 2010, but did not take place in 2018, which left many Drake fans concerned about the festival’s future.

Fortunately for them, the 6 God confirmed its return last month during the 2 million-people-strong Toronto Raptors’ victory parade.

The result? A massive amount of buzz across the country. READ MORE


 

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