UNTOLD Aftermovie Released and First Tickets Sold

November 18, 2017  By Roxana Halati
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UNTOLD Festival’s third edition took place last August, spread over 4 days of fun and magic. The epic Aftermovie was finally released last week and it got fans in tears full of memories, nostalgia and wonder for what’s next.
The 15-minutes movie was shot in 4k by 120 people and was highly expected by fans. Released in 2 special galas in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca on Thursday night, the aftermovie was shared with the public soon after via the festival’s social media.

2017 marked the third edition of UNTOLD Festival which is quickly gaining a spot between the best fests in the world, with 330.000 attendees this years. Over 200 artists shared the 10 stages which were designed to fit this year’s theme – The Dragon. With names like Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix, Ellie Goulding, Armin van Buuren, Hurts and many more, UNTOLD 2017 was a time of magic – magic clearly depicted in the aftemovie.
The first 10.000 4-day passes were released at the beginning of this week, getting fans on the edge of their seats, pushing the refresh button.

Phase 2 Sale will begin on 28 November for registered fans only. To become an UNTOLD hero go to the festival’s website and register for access to tickets and other surprises.

With the aftermovie released and the first keys to the kingdom already sold, it is safe to assume that fans are restlessly waiting for the Fourt Chapter of music and fun in the Capital of Night and Magic – UNTOLD Festival.

 

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https://www.facebook.com/UNTOLDFestival
https://twitter.com/untoldfestival
https://www.instagram.com/untoldfestival




Roxana Halati

Festival enthusiast and totally a bookworm :)
IG: roxxanem








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