JAS Blind Faith Passes go on sale Nov. 27
November 22, 2015
Jazz Aspen Snowmass Blind Faith Passes for the 2016 season will goes on sale at 9 a.m. Nov. 27.
The pass offer locals an early opportunity to purchase deeply discounted tickets for one or both of its summer festivals, prior to the artist announcements being made. Three-day wristbands for either the June or Labor Day Experience are $109, while a six-day pass that includes a wristband for both Experiences is $189.
Once again, Jazz Aspen will be offering a Labor Day Experience "Flex Pass" that will include three individual, transferable tickets to each day of the Experience at $139. The Flex Pass allows buyers the opportunity to pass along tickets to friends and family for shows that may not be of interest to them once announcements are made.
Passes will be available until Dec. 31, based on availability. They have sold out in advance for the past three years. Blind Faith Passes will be available at 866-JAS-TIXX (527-8499), http://www.jazzaspen snowmass.org or at the Belly Up box office in Aspen, http://www.bellyupaspen.com or 970-544-9800. All passes are subject to a $5 per-day fee and additional mailing fee.
June Blind Faith passes will include one general admission wristband valid for entrance to the three shows at the Benedict Music Tent on June 24 to 26. The Labor Day Bind Faith pass will include one general-admission wristband valid for entrance to all three days of the Labor Day Experience at Snowmass Town Park on Sept. 2 to 4. The Labor Day Flex Pass will include one individual transferable ticket for each day of the Experience (Sept. 2 to 4). Wristbands or tickets will be mailed to purchasers prior to the events.
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