Tickets

Didn't get a ticket? - there is still a chance If you turn up at the door you can get a last minute ticket for a larp if there are vacant spots. This will cost NOK 150 (NOK 100 dicsounted). If you don't get a spot on a larp you will not have to pay anything. Previous years, we have been able to find a spot for last minute tickets about 80% of the time, so the odds are quite good.

Can I join the party even if not participating at Grenselandet? You need a ticket to come in. You can pay the price of a last minute ticket (NOK 150/100) even though you are not playing if you only want to join the party. Or better - you can sign up to help us with pratical stuff (mostly cooking) - and we will both feed you, love you and throw you a party. To volunteer, please contact us at admin@grenselandet.net.

Monday, 21 October 2013

Rush tickets


Pre-signup for Grenselandet has now closed. Missed it? Don't despair. We've reserved a handful of spots for people who meet up without pre-registration. It is possible to buy last minute "rush tickets" for larps where there are available spots.

To buy a rush ticket, just meet up at the community house in Korsgata at least 30 minutes before the larps start (i.e. Friday 16:30, Saturday 10:30 or Saturday 16:30). You can put your name on the waiting list for any of the larps that will take place in that section of the festival. If the larp is not full and/or someone doesn't show up, you get to play. A rush ticket costs NOK 70 for each larp (free of charge for people who have never tried larp before). If you don't get a spot, you don't pay anything.

Photo: John Ragai/Flickr/Creative Commons

4 comments:

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