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Where else would you want to be on the longest day of the year other than a place where the sun never sets?
Secret Solstice is five hours north of London … what does that tell you? It tells you the party goes for 96 hours straight … only the DJs and sets change from 21 June to 23 June.
This is the vibe the disastrous festival Fyre tried to copy … a luxurious, boutique-y and very, very expensive experience. Helix vodka is a sponsor and there’s an authentic VIP channel for Secret Solstice that includes spas and special access to the concerts and VIP-only bars.
Tickets start at about 69 euros and go up to whatever you care to spend for separate side-trips, luxury hotels and VIP access.
You can get tickets here.
And before we forget, the musical lineup is interesting and eclectic, ranging from Robert Plant to Martin Garrix and a ton of Icelandic acts whose names we can’t even begin to pronounce.
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