Festicket is the festival travel specialist, providing tickets and packages to over 60 of the best music festivals around the world.
PARIS – Festicket, the festival travel specialist, has signed a partnership agreement with Digitick.com, France’s biggest e-ticket retailer.
The agreement allows Festicket to fuel its expansion into the French festival market and will help Digitick move further into Europe, particularly the UK, Germany, Belgium and Croatia.
The agreement means Festicket can add the major French festivals to its package deals and include some of the most prestigious events from the Parisian agency we love arts.
In addition, Festicket will be the only partner selling festival packages through Digitick.com, with Festicket packages integrated into the Digitick website through a seamless, user-friendly white-label platform.
Festicket already provides tickets and packages to over 60 of the best music festivals worldwide, and is the official travel partner for a number of festivals, including Roskilde in Denmark, Camden Crawl Dublin, Sonus in Croatia, Monegros Desert Festival in Spain and OFF Festival in Poland, selling packages directly to consumers through the festivals’ official websites.
Digitick.com provides tickets for music festivals and shows, plus cultural and sporting events and is the exclusive ticketing partner for some of the biggest music festivals in France.
“We are very excited to be working with Digitick, as France has a huge, festival-hungry market which we’re keen to tap into. The country also has some fantastic music festivals and we will be adding packages to the best ones on Festicket.com, giving our customers even more choice,” says Zack Sabban, co-founder and CEO of Festicket.
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