How to Buy Tickets.
Advance tickets and passes go on sale Tuesday, September 26, 2006 through Ticket Window. Ticket Window offers four ticketing options:
- Visit ticketwindowonline.com
Browse for the show you want to see and/or surf the options by show title, venue, or calendar. Then click the Buy Tickets button. It's that easy. Online orders must be placed by 6pm the day before the screening.
- Call 206-325-6500
Live operator phone sales and information Tuesday–Sunday 12pm–6pm.
- Fax 425-450-3839
Fax your order and any questions, concerns, or special needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (fax orders must reach them by 6pm the day before the event).
- Visit one of the convenient Ticket/Ticket walk-up outlets
There is no service charge for walk-up cash sales of Ticket Window tickets! Walk-up sales at Ticket Window are cash, check, Visa or MC. For maps of each location visit ticketwindowonline.com
401 Broadway East, 2nd level between Urban Outfitters and Gold's Gym
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12pm-7pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm.
NEW: Pacific Place
6th Ave. & Pine St., inside Pacific Place 4th Level.
Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 12pm-6pm.
Pike Place Market
The Ticket/Ticket booth is a small kiosk at the corner of First Avenue and Pike Street, at the entrance to Pike Place Market.
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 12pm-6pm.
11100 NE 6th St., Suite 2, Bellevue, WA 98004 (just off the corner of NE 6th St. and 112th). Take I-90 or 520 to the NE 4th exit and follow the signs to Meydenbauer Center
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 12pm-6pm.
Phone, fax, and online tickets and passes purchased through Ticket Window will be available for pick-up at Will Call at the venue of your first screening. If you purchased multiple tickets for various screenings on one order, all tickets will be available for pick up at the venue of your first screening.
You CANNOT buy day-of-show tickets at Ticket Window. To get same-day tickets, you must visit the venue box office, which will open one hour before the first show of each day (day-of-show tickets are only available at the theater at which the show is playing).
To hear this information repeated on the phone, call the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Hotline at 206-323-4274.
- Tickets purchased in advance and at the door are $9.
- Tickets for the Opening Night Film and Party are $25.
- Tickets for the Closing Night Film and Party are $25.
- Tickets for the Centerpiece Screening: EATING OUT 2: SLOPPY SECONDS and Reception are $15.
- Full Festival passes are $175.
- Student/Senior rush tickets (only available day-of-show at venue) are $6.
- First screenings each day of the festival are $6.
- Tickets for MY MUMS USED TO BE MEN are $3
- Tickets for FASTER, PUSSYCAT! KILL! KILL! are $10 and ONLY available in advance through movietickets.com and at the door.
FREE FOR FAMILIES at the Capitol Hill branch of the Seattle Public Library & THE CELLULOID CLOSET OF YIDDISH FILM at the Central Public Libaray are both free and do not require tickets.
Members Only Line
Three Dollar Bill Cinema members are given priority seating following passholders. A “Members Only” line will be at all venues. Members must have their membership card available as proof of membership to use this line. To take advantage of this benefit, please visit our membership page.
Get into three premier events at the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. For $60, you will receive priority seating to the Opening Night, Closing Night and Centerpiece screenings and admission the parties that follow.
Opening Night — Party Only
You may gain entrance to the Opening Night Party for a suggested donation of $10 at the door. This year’s party will be held at The Seattle Aquarium (1483 Alaskan Way). Entry will be available starting at 10pm.
Your festival pass will admit you to any screening at the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival provided you follow these simple guidelines. Just be at the venue at least 20 minutes prior to the show. There will be a separate line for pass holders. Please wait in that line, with your pass visible. Pass holders will be let in first. Pass holders who get to the theater later than 20 minutes prior to the show cannot be guaranteed a seat. Passes are non-transferable and non-replaceable.
The Hope Line
When advance tickets for a screening are sold out, there are usually a few “rush” tickets available at the theater. Some seats at every show are reserved for pass holders; however, sometimes not all those seats are used. Once we determine how many seats will be available, we release those "rush" seats for sale to people in the Hope Line. This line forms anywhere from 15 to 90 minutes before showtime at the theater box office.
Please arrive on time. Late seating is not guaranteed. Please check your tickets for each screening as start times vary.
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