The Good Vibes Festival (GVF) has been around for more than a decade and has gathered a large following. Every year they would have a lineup of popular singers to perform at their designated venue, for a few years it was set at Genting Highlands. But that all changed after the Covid-19 outbreak.
Many are upset at GVF’s price hike
This substantial price increase has left many fans disappointed, especially considering that ticket prices had remained relatively consistent for the festival in prior years.Furthermore, the food prices at the festival have also been criticised for being inflated. In 2019, a simple bottle of mineral water cost RM10, causing many to question if prices will be even higher for this year’s GVF.
The Current Prices for GVF
In previous years, fans of the GVF festival were accustomed to paying between RM370 and RM700/800 for VIP tickets. However, the shock came in 2023 when it was discovered that the starting price for the cheapest tickets had skyrocketed to RM700 and beyond.
Netizens questioned whether anyone’s salaries have jumped up 105% over the years, because that’s how much the tickets have gone up. For a dollar to dollar comparison, Coachella, their cheapest tickets, start from US$550.
There were many that defended the organisers saying that the price increases are probably due to inflation. Furthermore, the price hike could also be due to them inviting the Stokes and 1975, and both are quite popular bands.
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