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$60 three-day Bumbershoot 2009 passes on sale

December 2nd, 2008 by travis hay

It’s never too early to be thinking about Bumbershoot and it’s never too early to snag a good deal. I think that’s the reasoning behind the Bumbershoot folks sending out the below press release announcing $60 three-day passes. The release is below the jump.

Seattle, WA – The 39th annual Bumbershoot: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival announces the special holiday (and economically advantageous!) “Insider Deal”: a limited edition 3-day pass to the 2009 Festival for only $60. This specially priced ticket is available in time for holiday shopping, while supplies last, exclusively to BumberFan club members; membership is free and available online at bumbershoot.org/bumberfan.

“While many national festivals offer weekend passes starting at $150 (and upwards of over $250), we’re thrilled to offer Bumbershoot fans a $60 weekend pass for the third year running,” expressed Michele Scoleri, Bumbershoot’s Executive Director. “This annual offer is a great opportunity for the Festival’s super-fans to save and plan for their entertainment in the coming year. Given the talent the Festival attracts, the pass price would be a steal for a single day, let alone an entire weekend.

Details for the 2009 Bumbershoot, including further ticket information and Festival lineup will be announced in the spring.

Bumbershoot is a 3-day urban music and arts festival held over Labor Day Weekend (September 5 – 7, 2009). The Festival stretches across the 74-acre Seattle Center, located beneath the city’s iconic Space Needle, and programs 20 indoor and unique outdoor venues. This progressive Festival features a diverse array of arts including live music, comedy, theatre, dance, film, urban crafts, literary arts, and visual arts. Festival details are located at bumbershoot.org.

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