Organisers of the first outdoor concert for 12 years at the home of Walsall Football Club, have decided to slash ticket prices in a hope to attract younger fans.
The Bank Holiday extravaganza, which will take place on May 31st, features legends UB40 and chart-toppers including N-Dubz and Tinchy Stryder.
It is thought many younger music fans had been out-priced by the original cost of £60 and £55 and even though there has been huge interest in the show, tickets prices have now been cut to £35 for seating and standing. Organisers believe this makes the event 'more accessible to everyone'.
Anyone who bought a ticket at the original price will have the difference refunded and is advised to contact their point of sale.
Since the announcement of 'The Spring Happening' this year, many popular UK artists have been set to perform and the new price structure means that tickets are more accessible to all fan-bases.
For more information on what will no doubt be a great event, check out our events section!