Enjoy chopper rides, personal assistants and “hyper-premium drinks” for the modest price of $1m
Reykjavik’s Secret Solstice have announced that they’ll be selling the world’s most expensive festival ticket this year for the princely sum of $1 million USD.
As boasted by a press release, the cost will include: “a return flight in a private business jet from anywhere on the planet for you and five other guests, 24/7 access to two private luxury cars (including drivers and security) for a week in Iceland, two private concerts by prominent Icelandic musicians, helicopter transfers, complete access to the main Secret Solstice 2016 event, a private aerial tour of Iceland, access to the world’s first (and already sold out) concert inside the dormant magma chamber of a volcano, access to the world’s only party inside a glacier, private access to Iceland’s world-famous Blue Lagoon reserved for only your travel party, and so much more.”
Picks from the rest of the lavish list of treats available include a “private Icelandic dining experience with a prominent Icelandic chef personal chef”, a “private whale & dolphin watching tour” and the mysterious promise of “hyper-premium drinks”.
If you’d like cough up one million dollars in the name of Icelandic partying, or want to check out the festival that would suggest such a thing, check out the website here.