Tired by high ticket prices, Yungblud is starting an economical music event.

London — Tired with expensive tickets, recording artist Yungblud is starting an economical music event. In Buckinghamshire, England, northwest of London, the Milton Keynes Bowl, which has hosted David Bowie and Green Day, hosts Bludfest on Aug. 11.

Dom Harrison, aka Yungblud, says festivals are “unrepresentative of people” and is pricing Bludfest at 49.50 pounds (about $63).

It's like massive ticket charges, massive prices that most of the time aren't really going to the artist anyway,” he told The Associated Press about festival prices.

He said music festivals should be about “having fun and making memories” but are becoming inaccessible. His guests include Lil Yachty, Soft Play, Nessa Barrett, Lola Young, and Jazmin Bean. Also in a “icons” slot are The Damned. Event tickets go on sale March 22.

Yungblud wants to create a “physical world” for himself, his fans, and “anyone else who wants to come along.” The British celebrity offers solo followers a “Make a Friend” option. You can communicate on Discord or meet folks in the tent.

If successful, he plans to spread it beyond the U.K. to other countries. Besides Bludfest, Yungblud is working on his fourth album. Despite writing about darkness and depression, he feels this one is more cheerful.

“I've sung about my early hurts. Flipping over, this new record is about light. It's about wanting to be alive and with my pals and thinking I can survive because they've given me hope, he said.

Fans and friends offer him hope. “I really do have a strong faith in humanity in me because I see people every day and what they do for each other at my gigs,” he said.

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