Ticket price for Wilco’s 2013 Solid Sound Festival increases $25 on March 11

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You have less than a week to buy your weekend passes to this great festival before the price goes up

Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone? has told you before, and is taking this opportunity to tell you again: Solid Sound, Wilco’s music and arts festival at MASS MoCA is one of the best music festivals ever. We’ve attended the first two editions and have no intention of missing V3 this year — on June 21-23 at the museum in North Adams, Mass.

In addition to Wilco, some of our favorites on this year’s lineup are Os Mutantes, the amazing Brazilian psychedelic rock group, Yo La Tengo, Neko Case and Foxygen.

We got our tickets way, way early. As an Early Worm (ugh!) buyer, we got them for $99. (You don’t think they’re going to comp us just because we give them a lot of free publicity, do you?)

Right now, they’re $124 for the three-day weekend — providing admission to all the fantastic music, arts and events. In less than a week, that price will jump by $25, to $149.

Now we’re not sayin’ that the festival isn’t worth that much. It’s still a bargain, given how much great stuff they pack into this super well run event.

But you know you’ll kick yourself if you don’t go. So why pay more? Get the Early Bird tickets now for $124 before they’re gone and regular price kicks in.

Click here now for tickets. (If you can’t spend the entire weekend there, a limited number of day passes are available at the ticket link, too, priced at $65 for Friday or Sunday and $84 for Saturday.

Don’t thank us now. Just bring the money you save when you come to Solid Sound and thank us with a beer.

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