Festival at Sandpoint season passes on sale Oct. 1
The countdown to the Festival at Sandpoint’s 2024 summer concert series has begun, with the season passes going on sale Sunday, Oct. 1
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Staff Writer | September 29, 2023 1:00 AM
The countdown to the Festival at Sandpoint’s 2024 Summer Performance Series has officially begun and 2024 season passes go on sale Oct. 1.
Season passes are sold each year and provide Festival fans the opportunity to attend every single performance of the 2024 Summer Performance Series at a highly discounted rate of up to 40% off individually priced tickets. This year, season passes are available for $349 before taxes and fees.
Due to the extremely limited quantity, the passes are an exclusive deal, and when they are sold out, no more will be offered for that year’s Summer Series. The Festival at Sandpoint’s Season Passes are reusable, transferable badges with a single barcode that guests use to scan in each night — they will not have individual tickets for each concert.
Pass holders are granted entry through the “Season Pass Gate” on the lakeside of the venue, which is much shorter, and quicker, than the General Admission Gate.
Despite all the perks, season pass holders will be unable to upgrade their badge admission to early entry. For early access to concerts, possible tax deductions and other series benefits, consider becoming a season sponsor of the nonprofit organization.
The 2024 Summer Series will take place at War Memorial Field from July 25 to Aug. 4 next year.
An important update for customers to note is that all glass is prohibited inside the venue.
Before purchasing a Season Pass, customers should be aware of all of the Festival at Sandpoint’s venue policies and procedures, which can be found at www.festivalatsandpoint.com/policies.
Please note that security measures, policies and procedures are subject to change at the artist's discretion. Visit www.festivalatsandpoint.com/season-pass to learn more about 2024 season passes and purchase yours today.