Vail International Dance Fest’s passes now on sale
Ryan Summerlin July 9, 2014
IF YOU GO ...
What: Vail International Dance Festival.
When: July 27 – Aug. 9.
Where: Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, 530 S. Frontage Rd E., Vail.
Cost: The performance plus pass is $65 (students); $165 (adults) and $700 (premium seating).
More information: Call 970-845-TIXS (8497) or visit vaildance.org.
VAIL — The Vail International Dance Festival offers festival-goers a chance to see all nine dance performances at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater at a special price with the Performance Plus Pass, available for adults and students.
The student Performance Plus Pass is $65 and includes a lawn ticket to all performances at Ford Amphitheater and upgrades to reserved seats based on availability. Valid photo identification is required.
The Performance Plus Pass is $165 and includes a lawn ticket to all performances, upgrades to reserved seats based on availability and a beverage of choice at all Ford Amphitheater performances. Your pass must be presented at the main bar to receive the complimentary beverage. There is a limit of one per performance and beverages include wine, beer, soft drinks and bottled water. You must be of legal age to drink alcohol.
The center stage pass are $700 and include one best available premium seat in sections 2 or 3 to all nine performances at the Ford Amphitheater and one best available orchestra seat to the Wendy Whelan: Restless Creature performance that takes place on Aug. 6 at the Vilar Performing Arts Center. This pass does not include the Up Close: Jewels performance.
All passes are non-transferable and photo identification must be presented.
Performance Plus Passes and individual tickets to the full lineup of Vail International Dance Festival performances are available online at www.vaildance.org, by phone at 970-845-8497 or at the Ford Amphitheater Box Office.
Celebrating its 26th season, the Vail International Dance Festival — held July 27 through Aug. 9 — is under the artistic direction of former New York City’s ballet star, Damian Woetzel and features great artists from various genres of dance.