POPULAR: You must follow the clues and find the treasure to be at Splendour 2016.
POPULAR: You must follow the clues and find the treasure to be at Splendour 2016. contributed

Win Splendour tickets in Byron Bay, Toowoomba today

THE mammoth Splendour in the Grass Line up has been announced, but festival organisers dropped a surprise announcement last night: a ticket hunt via Twitter. 

This is not a drill.

Free 3-day tickets to Splendour 2016 (valued at $375 each) are up for grabs in Toowoomba, Brisbane and Byron Bay today.

Last night's surprise announcement reads:

"WANT TO WIN A 3 DAY TICKET TO SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS 2016 FOR YOU AND A FRIEND?  

Join our Twitter Hunt!

Follow us on Twitter (@SITG) and we'll be tweeting clues that will lead to a hidden double pass in these locations at these times:  

THU APRIL 14: (aka TOMORROW) : Toowoomba (9:00am), Brisbane (midday) and Byron Bay (5:00pm)  

FRI APRIL 15: Sydney (midday) Melbourne (5:00pm)  

If your town's not above, hang tight, we'll have more Hunts coming next week :)  

twitter.com/SITG"  

No further details have been released so, if you are really looking to score some free tickets,  music fans will have to log in, and follow the clues.  

Happy Splendour treasure hunt!

 

SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS 2016 TICKET PRICES

  • 3 day Event Ticket - $375 + $7 booking fee per ticket
  • Single Day Tickets (Friday, Saturday or Sunday) - $159 + $6 booking fee per ticket

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