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Festival Passes Close on Tuesday

Festival Passes Close on Tuesday

Adam Chamber Music Festival, Nelson
New Zealand String Quartet

Firstly we'd like to welcome the many people who have subscribed to the 2015 Adam Chamber Music Festival pass. We have received an unprecedented response - thank you!

This is a quick reminder to say that Festival Pass sales close on Tuesday and indeed we only have a few passes left as some of our small 'Up Country' venues are close to capacity.

Festival Passes include entry to all Festival events except the Gala Dinner (book separately) and also have exclusive entry to our two 'Up Close' events where you can hear concerts from our international artists in wonderful, intimate settings and enjoy a complimentary lunch.

If you'd like to book a Festival Pass we also need to advise that seats are now only available 8 rows back in the Cathedral or 7 rows back at Old St John's, still excellent seats, but a little way back from the stage. You can view seating plans here

The best way to book a Festival Pass is to phone the Theatre Royal ticketing office in Nelson on +64 3 548-3840 or you can book online here

You can read the full programme on our website here

Ticket Sales Open on Wednesday

Ticket Sales for individual concerts in the 2015 Festival open 9am on Wednesday morning. We'll send out a reminder newsletter on Wednesday morning, as well as a link to a welcome video from our Artistic Directors, Helene Pohl and Gillian Ansell.

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