Rock in Rio confirms occasion in 2024 and opens ticket pre-sales
- September 6, 2022
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There are two categories for Rock in Rio Club 2024, Club Fan and Club Rockstar
The 2022 edition of the Rock in Rio It hasn’t ended yet, but the event’s organization has already confirmed the next edition of the festival and has opened the pre-sale of tickets for tickets. With an interval of two years, the event will take place in 2024.
There are two categories for Rock in Rio Club 2024, Club Fan and Club Rockstar.
The first modality includes: pre-sale of tickets, entry 30 minutes before the start of the event, preferential lines, exclusive experiences, raffles at the club store, exclusive credential, and a discount of up to 15%. The value of the club is 299 reais.
The second modality includes, in addition to the aforementioned Club Fan benefits: preview of the City of Rock, purchase of a VIP area, access to the lounge and first class transportation. The value of this access is 999 reais.
Anyone who thinks that 2023 will not have events related to Rock in Rio is wrong. Rock in Rio will arrive in São Paulo in September of next year, but this time baptized as The Town.
Scheduled to take place at the Interlagos Circuit on September 2, 3, 8, 9 and 10, 2023, the first edition aims to bring together up to 600 thousand people in more than 230 hours of music.
Like the City of Rock in Rio, Interlagos will be called City of Music. For the first time, an area of 350 thousand square meters will be used for an event at the racetrack.
There will be three main stages at the event. The ‘Skyline’ stage will be the largest, with 2,640 square meters and a design inspired by the capital’s emblematic buildings. The forecast is for four shows a day, with the presence of great national and international bands, including the traditional synchronized fireworks display, in the opening and closing.
The ‘The One’ stage is inspired by the urban art of São Paulo, with graffiti as one of the main representatives and size of 1,525 square meters. And the ‘New Dance Order’ stage will be dedicated to electronic music, which made its debut at the last edition of Rock in Rio.