UNIFY 2018 has officially sold out all tickets for next year's highly anticipated festival. However, fans who haven't gotten their tickets yet don't have to worry too much.
The Australian festival announced a new ticket resale partnership with Twickets Australia. With scalping being a very real problem for concert-goers and organizers alike, the partnership comes at the right time.
UNIFY has stated in a Facebook post (hours before all tickets were snapped up) that the partnership allows ticket-holders to resell their tickets in case of an emergency — but only at cost price.
There are some caveats — a 10% booking fee will be charged to the buyer, and PayPal is required for any form of payments. This being an official partnership, Twickets will ensure that tickets are not resold at exorbitant amounts. Tickets can even be traded between two agreeing users. All users of the service are required to have a PayPal account.
This fan-centered marketplace is similar to what Primavera runs every year, where fans in need of selling their tickets are able to do so on a verified, secure platform.
UNIFY urges fans not to resort to getting their tickets of scalpers, as scalped tickets may be voided if organizers come to know of tickets being bought and sold for exuberant prices. The Unify Twickets site will go live this Friday.
UNIFY 2018 is happening from January 12th to 14th, 2018 at Tarwin Meadows, Victoria, Australia, featuring the likes of Parkway Drive, Architects, The Amity Affliction, Hands Like Houses, Tonight Alive, Four Year Strong and many more.