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Got your Up Here passport yet? It's the best way to enjoy this year's festival

Passports will allow holders to skip from show to show and always guarantees a spot
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Danielle Provencher - Up Here 2015 - Family Day
Up Here returns to Sudbury this week and the best way to take it the entire festival is with the Up Here Passport. (File)

Up Here returns to Sudbury this week and the best way to take it the entire festival is with the Up Here Passport.

Passport holders will have the freedom to skip from one show to the other and to know that there's always a guaranteed spot.

"That's the peace of mind that comes with getting an Up Here Passport. It breaks down to around $2 a show," said a news release from Up Here.

"This year, we're presenting close to 50 shows by some of the hottest emerging acts in Canada as well as some of the most hyped acts in the world."

Indigenous hip hop group Snotty Nose Rez Kids will share the stage with the all-women badass Icelandic rap collective Reykjavíkurdætur. 

New York dance-punk legends ESG will perform alongside French-Canadian nightmare Hubert Lenoir. Juno award-winning electro-pop duo Milk & Bone will close off the festival with the bewitching pop of Lydia Ainsworth. And so much more, we don’t know where to start. 

More than 45 concerts. Three days. One passport. It's that simple. 

Get your Up Here Passport for only $110 at UpHere.com.

 
 
 




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