Club Bravo! is back
Vail, CO, Colorado
Vail ” In appreciation of the local community for its loyal support, the Vail Valley Music Festival is again offering a locals’ pass program. Club Bravo! is back for $135 Early Bird Special. Pass holders receive lawn seating to every Bravo concert at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater; a free ticket to the July 10 Chamber Classics concert; 20 percent off all subsequent Chamber Classics concerts and exclusive free and discounted upgrade specials via e-mail. The Club Bravo pass is valued at over $400 and is non-transferable. Buy your passes today ” prices go up to $169 after June 1.
Want to share your Club Bravo membership with your family or office? The Club Bravo! Gold Card includes admission to all Bravo concerts at the Gerald R Ford Amphitheater, and tickets to Music @ Midday concerts. This pass is transferable, so you can pass it along to your friends and family if you can’t make a concert.
Long famed for its magnificent union of compelling music and the commanding Rocky Mountains, the Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival is setting the stage to celebrate its 20th Anniversary. This milestone will mark a new beginning for the Festival as it welcomes the venerable Maestro Christoph Eschenbach and The Philadelphia Orchestra to the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater stage for the first time. 2007 will also see the return of the New York Philharmonic, under the baton of Lorin Maazel, and the return of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra for its seventeenth year at the Festival. These orchestras will give six performances each in the seven week long festival from June 24 – Aug. 2. Now in its 20th year, the Festival promises to bring the best season yet of classical music to the Vail Valley. For tickets or additional program details please visit our website at http://www.vailmusicfestival.org or call (877) 812-5700.
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