The terminal music weekend set to take place on August 3 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) has ensured that first class ticket buyers are in for a treat ahead of the event.
Tickets to the highly coveted musical event, featuring American songstress, Keri Hilson, are expected to come with various complimentary offers that increase, depending on the price and level of the ticket.
The most desired ticket is the VVIP ticket, also known as the first class ticket, which is priced at Ksh12, 500.
This highly priced ticket comes with complimentary services such as, a full buffet dinner, a table reservation, and a half a bottle of wine per person, among other services.
“First Class (VVIP) Ticket include: Full Buffet Dinner, VVIP Parking, Half a Bottle of Wine per person, Table reservation, Separate VVIP Entrance, Sofa & Coffee Table Seating, Preferential location to the stage, Private Dance Floor, Table Service, VVIP Cash Bar – Access to “The Big Chill” ” KIZA Lounge on Sunday 5th August,” said Ticket Sasa, an online ticketing company.
The VVIP ticket also comes with an access to “The big chill”, which is an opportunity for the fans to interact with artistes of the night.
“This exclusive show will give the VVIPs an opportunity to interact with the superstars,” adds Ticket Sasa.
The business class ticket, also (VIP), which is priced at Ksh7,500, comes with VIP parking and a 375 ML complimentary bottle of Glenfiddich among other services.
“375 ML complimentary bottle of glenfiddich, Finger Food, VIP Parking, Separate Entrance, Seating and dining area, Preferential location to stage, VIP Cash Bar,” said Ticket Sasa.
The lowest ticket, which is the economy ticket, or (Regular), costs Ksh2,500 and comes with only a cash bar and food vendors.
Ticket buying in Kenya is always a sore subject as some Kenyans have found performers to be disappointing, owing to late arrivals or even boring performances.
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