SaskTel Jazz Festival has new model

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The 33rd annual SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival is fast approaching. The festival will be back with 10 days of music, June 21-30, with exciting changes, including a revitalized festival model and the introduction of a highly requested festival pass. 

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For the first time ever, the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival will feature a free series of music in the Bessborough Gardens! The programming at the TD Mainstage will include five days of completely free programming, and 5 days of ticketed shows all in the same venue. This is in addition to ticketed lineups at the Broadway Theatre, The Bassement, and Amigos Cantina, as well as various free musical performances throughout the city. The festival anticipates having 110+ live performances and events throughout the 10 days.

Another addition to the revitalized festival model is the introduction of the new LB Gardens Pass. For the most dedicated and passionate music fans, the LB Gardens pass guarantees admission to all ticketed performances at the TD Mainstage, Bessborough Gardens during the 2019 festival. The LB Gardens pass will be completely transferable, meaning a pass can be shared between friends and family members. At a cost of $260 (+GST), the LB Gardens Pass will allow festival attendees to experience more while saving those hard earned dollars.  A limited number of LB Gardens Passes will be available for purchase, so interested parties are encouraged to purchase in advance to avoid missing out.

Presale for the LB Gardens Pass, single tickets, and bundles starts at noon on Tuesday, April 9. Following the presale, the LB Gardens Pass will go on sale to the general public at noon on Friday, April 12.  

The ticketed program will be announced on Tuesday, April 9 at noon. E-newsletter subscribers receive an exclusive presale code that will allow purchase of single tickets, bundles, and the all new LB Gardens Pass before the general on sale date.

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