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26 June, 2007 London: Two Thousand Trees, the festival for ethical music fans will minimise its impact on the environment by delivering tickets to fans via tixmob, the mobile ticketing service, eliminating the environmental and financial cost of printing and delivering traditional paper based tickets.

The two day music festival is one of the first in the UK to use mobile ticketing. To buy tickets fans simply log on to new mobile ticketing website and pay for their tickets using a credit or debit card. Tickets are then delivered direct to your mobile phone and at £37 are the cheapest tickets available for the event anywhere online.

Festival goers can choose to receive all tickets on one phone or, for those buying multiple tickets, to have them delivered direct to their friends’ mobiles. Unlike traditional ticketing services tixmob charges no charge costly delivery fees. You simply pay the face value of the ticket plus a nominal processing charge and tickets will be available right up until the final minutes before the event starts.

James Scarlett, organisers, Two Thousand Tress Festival said, “The ethos of the festival is very much one of sustainability and laid back consideration. That stretches to the ticket too. Using tixmob we are happy that we are helping reduce our environmental impact by reducing the need for paper based tickets as well as giving festival goers a convenient, hassle free way to buy tickets.”

Two Thousand Trees Festival will be held near Cheltenham at Upcote Farm, Withington on 13th & 14th July and is being supported by the people behind the successful and deliberately low key Truck Festival, Oxford which celebrates its tenth birthday this year.

Ramesh Kumar, business development director, tixmob, added, “Having fun shouldn’t be hard work so we set up tixmob to provide easy, reliable and affordable access to gigs and events. We redeem more tickets than any other company in the world so this is an obvious next step for us,”

“Using affordably technology backed up with a powerful online and mobile marketing platform we can help boutique festivals like Two Thousand Trees deliver tickets affordably and promote their event.”

The festival is limited to just 2,000 places. More information and details of the full line up can be found at


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For more information please contact Rachel Bibby, Sculpt PR:, Tel: +44 (0) 207 981 9782 Mob: +44 (0) 7989 965 988

About tixmob

tixmob provides hassle free, secure and immediate delivery of tickets at a fraction of the cost of traditional ticketing vendors. Using the best of web and mobile technology tixmob guarantees low cost, secure delivery of tickets right up until the very last minutes before an event giving promoters and event organisers the biggest window of opportunity to make their event the sell out success they should be.

Tixmob is part of ActiveMedia Technology. Established in 2001, ActiveMedia has offices in London, New Delhi, Mumbai and Romania and partners in Spain, US, Ireland, Sweden, Germany, & Turkey. The company employs 35 people globally and is the recipient of numerous awards, most notably for its work on the Orange Wednesday campaign. ActiveMedia Technology continues to push the boundaries of mobile marketing offering clients ground breaking solutions with innovative business models.

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