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SLTB announces Ultra Luxe Festival Pavillion The Gold Standard of Festival Experiences!

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PRESS RELEASE – As festival excitement reaches fever pitch, the Saint Lucia Tourist Board has announced the staging of Gold Pass, the ultra luxe Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival component.

Produced for the festival by Landmark Events, Gold Pass will offer an exclusive and authentic Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival experience.

Designed as a serene oasis for the epicurean festival goer, Gold Pass at the Saint Lucia Jazz includes reserved parking and designated shuttle, no wait Gold Pass entrance to venue, day Pass to VIP Pavilion, covered and al fresco seating, gourmet hors d’oeuvres buffet, a full service Premium Bar, jumbo viewing screen and a partial view of Main Stage.

“It gives us great pleasure to provide such a unique sojourn for festival goers,” lamented Director of Tourism Louis Lewis, “Our festival has always taken the needs of every audience member carefully into account, and Gold Pass is merely another facet of the same Saint Lucian hospitality, for which our people and festival are universally known.”

Gold Pass will be housed in the ruins perched atop the hillside overlooking the Pigeon Island Main Stage.

Lovingly renovated by the Saint Lucia National Trust, the ruins feature updated flooring and partial roofing.

Tickets for Gold Pass are available directly from Landmark Events or www.stluciajazz.org. Friday’s Gold Pass is priced at US195/EC486, Saturday at US205/EC513 and Sunday at US216/EC540.

Upgrades are also available for those already in possession of regular admission tickets but must be done through Landmark Events: Friday US$115, Saturday US$125 and Sunday US$136.

For more information please contact Mrs. Ana Wilson at 1-758-452-8416.

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