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$7000 for a ticket to Parklife:swoon: Thankfully the money raised goes to charity, but who can afford $7000:no: http://parklife.com.au Available in a very limited quantity - exactly one (yes 1) is up for grabs, the Ridiculously Expensive Ticket will offer the ultimate, once-in-a-lifetime music experience for those with some serious cash to burn and allows access to all the fantastic benefits the cheekily named More Expensive Ticket has to offer, such as access to the exclusive Garden Bar which features a cocktail bar, viewing platform, VIP toilets, concierge with phone charging, cloakroom, information service, canapés, massages and more. The Ridiculously Expensive Ticket will be available for the Parklife shows in Melbourne (Saturday 24th September), Perth (Sunday 25th September), Brisbane (Saturday 1st October), Sydney (Sunday 2nd October), and Adelaide (Monday 3rd October), and will include: Slip-and-slide festival entry A personal drinks caddie (no more queuing) An “artist” cabin backstage with personal rider demands Portable VIP area with security entourage “Coming to America” style sedan chair transport Side of stage performance viewings Bespoke cocktail named in the purchaser’s honour and offered for sale on the day Personal welcome messages main stage video screen Adventure featured on the Parklife website Access to all of the More Expensive Ticket* benefits + 10 x MET’s for friends and/or lackies Fuzzy Events’ John Wall comments, “It was never our intention to actually sell a Ridiculously Expensive Ticket, but due to the overwhelming response we had on Facebook, we decided to turn these crazy requests into reality...and help a good cause at the same time. Our More Expensive Ticket is already a huge hit with visitors to Parklife looking for that something extra. Now we’ve created a once-in-a-lifetime Parklife experience, the profits from which will help a fantastic charity that we’ve supported for some years now.” By providing resources and opportunities, Heaps Decent supports the development of high quality Australian music with a unique identity. Fuzzy have been supporting Heaps Decent through cash donations, in kind administration support as well as partnering the Cash for Comp scheme since 2008. Over the last two years Heaps Decent has been able to raise over $100,000 by asking Fuzzy Guest ticket holders to donate at the gate to Fuzzy Festivals and events. The funding has allowed the organisation to grow at an exponential rate providing workshops to more than five times the numbers of young people pre-Fuzzy. Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/music/ticket-prices-gone-ridiculous-20110912-1k5ap.html#ixzz1XhsPNvog