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2019 Tickets are now SOLD OUT!

But you can signup to our STEP program to buy or sell a ticket safely:

2019 Ticket prices

Pricing for this year’s tickets is as follows:

  • General: 170 euros 
  • Low income: 80 euros
  • High income (aka Voluntarily Inflated Tickets)  : 270 euros 
  • Local: 100 euros 
  • 14 to 18 years old: 80 euros 
  • Under 14 years old: 1 euro
  • Carer: 0 euros

Please note: all low-income codes have now been issued, applications are closed for Nowhere 2019.

Everyone needs to purchase a ticket

Unlike many commercial festivals, Nowhere is a not-for-profit organisation and nobody gets paid or receives free tickets, including artists, performers, volunteers and organisers. Tickets are our only source of income to pay for event costs as well as funding grants for artists, performers, and innovation projects.

However inclusion is one of Nowhere’s 10 principles, so we offer discounted tickets for people in the situations below:

To make it possible for parents to participate, we offer low tickets prices for children.

  • 14 to 18 years old: 80 euros 
  • Under 14 years old: 1 euro

You can purchase these along with the purchase of the adults’ tickets, no additional steps are required.

For those who live with hearing impairment, physical disability or other conditions that require additional consideration, we offer concessionary tickets for their companions. A companion is any person who, by attending the event, enables another person to participate.

To apply, please email tickets@goingnowhere.org

We ask that everyone pays what they can afford, but if you don’t have paid full-time work, you might qualify for a low-income ticket.

To request a low-income discount, fill in the application form. Once you’ve submitted your request, a member of the Tickets Team will review your application and issue you a discount code if approved.

For 2019, We are adding high income tickets, priced €100 over the standard ticket.It’s the opposite of a low income ticket. If you are feeling extra financially comfy this year, you can chip in to support the event even more by buying a high income ticket. These tickets will help us expand our offering of low income tickets, our arts funding, and other basic infrastructure for the event. 

What perks, privileges, special gifts and VIP status do you get if you buy a high income ticket? 

None. Zero. Zip. Zilch. But you’ll be helping Nowhere be a more equitable and better-run event. If you can afford it, do consider buying a high income ticket. We would love you forever and ever (though we already do anyway.)

The “local” tickets are for residents of the Monegros region.
 
You have to send a mail with a proof of residency to the tickets@goingnowhere.org then some pink magic is done to have unicorns delivering you a code that allows you to buy a local ticket.
 
If you have any questions about Nowhere finances or want to see a full breakdown of Nowhere’s accounts, you can find it here.

Tickets, what the FAQ?

What do I need to prepare to buy a ticket?

Each person is limited to purchasing 2 tickets. Every participant’s identification will be checked when entering the event, and the name on the ticket must match your government-issued photo ID (passport, driver’s license, or ID card). When you make the purchase, you will need to provide the name(s) that will appear on each ticket you are purchasing, as well as the email addresses of each ticket holder. (Children are exempt from having to provide email addresses.)

We accept nearly every type of card. You will need to provide the full name of the cardholder as well as the security code on the back of the card.

If you applied for a low-income discount in January, you should receive notification of whether your application was approved before ticket sales begin 1 February, and if approved, you will receive a discount code that you will need to provide when purchasing the ticket.

Low-income discount recipients get an extra perk: your ticket will be reserved for you to purchase up until the expiry date stated in your discount confirmation email. You don’t need to rush to purchase your discounted ticket on 1 February to secure your ticket. See below for additional details about low-income discounts.

I bought my ticket! What happens next?

You’ll get an email from our ticket agent with your ticket details. If you can’t find this, or need to change anything, then log into their website with the details you used when purchasing the ticket and update your account.

The Nowhere Survival Guide will be emailed to you a few weeks before the festival, but don’t wait until then to start preparing! Nowhere is a harsh environment where each person needs to be self-reliant.

Additionally, all of the art and creative elements, barrios, support and infrastructures are made by the participants, including YOU! That’s why we recommend you start planning quite early what you will contribute to the event and how you will take care of your food, water, shelter, and other personal needs.

Where’s my ticket?

If you haven’t received the email containing your ticket PDF, check your spam folder.

If you still can’t find it, please email tickets@goingnowhere.org with your purchase reference number.

I can’t use my ticket any more. What should I do?

Nowhere runs a STEP system once the event sells out.

If we haven’t sold out yet, you are still welcome to sell your ticket privately.
Please note that this only applies to General tickets. If you have a General ticket do NOT email the tickets team as there is nothing we
can do to help you.

Low-income/carer/local tickets MUST email tickets@goingnowhere.org to discuss your options.

RESELL / TRANSFER

Once you’ve found a buyer for your ticket, log into your Quicket account, select “My Tickets” and you’ll see a “transfer tickets” below your Nowhere ticket.

Low-income tickets cannot be resold to the general public. 

Email tickets@goingnowhere.org with your ticket details and they will attempt to help you.

Log into your Quicket account, select “My Tickets” and you’ll see a “transfer tickets” below your Nowhere ticket.

LOW INCOME DISCOUNT

We ask that everyone pays what they can afford, but if you don’t have paid full-time work, you might qualify for a low-income ticket.

To request a low-income discount, fill in the application form. Once you’ve submitted your request, a member of the Tickets Team will review your application and issue you a discount code if approved.

The applications are closed for 2019. All low-income codes have been issued. 

All applicants will be notified before 1 February to so that you can purchase tickets at full price in the main ticket sale starting on 1 February if you are not approved for the discount.

Applications for low-income discounts are reviewed and approved on a first-come, first-served basis, and applications usually open a month before ticket sales begin, so we recommend that you apply early if you need a low-income discount.

After you are approved, we will reserve a low-income ticket for you for a limited amount of time, so pay attention to the expiry date and make sure to purchase your ticket with the discount code before it expires. If you don’t purchase it before the expiry date, that ticket will be offered to the next person in the queue who has requested a low-income ticket, and you will have to get in the back of the queue for a low-income ticket if you still want one.

Carer / interpreter

For those who live with limitations, such as hearing impairment, physical disability, or other conditions that require additional consideration, we offer concessionary tickets for their companions.

A carer is any person who, by attending the event, enables another person to participate, volunteer or share their art. Please email tickets@goingnowhere.org to arrange this once you have bought your own ticket..

To learn more about abilities/disabilities/deaf participants at Nowhere, please email inclusion@goingnowhere.org

RANDOM QUESTIONS

Everyone needs to purchase a ticket. Unlike many commercial festivals, Nowhere is a not-for-profit organisation and nobody gets paid or receives free tickets, including artists, performers, volunteers and organisers.

Tickets are our only source of income to pay for event costs as well as funding grants for artists, performers, and innovation projects.

No, however if you plan to bring a vehicle to Nowhere, you will need to register your vehicle through a separate process.

You will be allowed to park on site within your barrio limits or next to your tent in the free camping area, however you will not be allowed to drive around the site during the event or leave the site and park in your camp again after returning.

If you plan to leave and return with your vehicle during the event, you will need to park it in the car park next to the Gate.

If you’ve read this entire FAQ page and your question isn’t addressed here, then send an email to our amazing Tickets Team volunteers at tickets@goingnowhere.org.

We will accept tickets on mobile devices (e.g. smartphones and tablets) as well as in printed form. We recommend you bring it in both printed and digital formats to have a backup in case one of them fails (for example if you lose your printed ticket, or your phone battery is dead by the time you arrive).

Whatever format you decide on, don’t forget to bring:

  • Your ticket, either digital or on paper. Make sure it has a barcode!
  • Your government-issued photo ID that matches your face and the name on the ticket.

No. When you first arrive at the gate, you’ll get a wristband that allows you on and off site whenever you want.


Are you bringing a vehicle? There may be additional considerations for leaving site and returning during the event with your vehicle. See above for details.

Nowhere is run on the “can do” system. If you have constructive criticism or can help us build a better system, then we’d love your help! Just email tickets@goingnowhere.org.