Leeds Festival 2009 organisers have this week revealed the price of tickets, with the headline being a £20 increase in the full weekend standard ticket price compared to 2008.
Tickets for Leeds 2009 go on sale on Monday, March 30th at 7pm with the weekend pass going for £175 plus booking fees and postage. The weekend ticket includes access to the site from Thursday and allows full campsite access.
If you wish to enjoy the festival from Wednesday and get your campsite pitch in early then an Early Bird Ticket will cost you an additional £10.
Day tickets are set to be priced at £70 per day - these passes do not allow access to the campsites.
To buy your ticket(s) we recommend visiting See Tickets or Ticketmaster - we also recommend bookmarking these pages now as it may get very busy on Monday!
You can also buy tickets in person from HMV (Leeds City Centre, Birstall and White Rose stores); from Jumbo and Crash Records; and from the Leeds Visitor Centre at the City Station.
Festival Republic have reminded buyers to avoid ticket touts and to only purchase from official ticket outlets. You should only expect to pay a maximum booking fee (per ticket) of £7 and a per-order postage fee if you are not buying your ticket in person.
The line up for Leeds Festival 2009 has not yet been announced, but as always the internet has been full of discussion and rumours abound. Check back here at 7pm on Monday evening for the full details and official line up information.
For more details, and for a full list of authorised ticket outlets, visit our Leeds Festival site.