Winter Blues – Summer Savings

Well winter has certainly delivered a one-two punch to the highlands, piling up over a metre of snow and creating havoc on the roads and life in general. While it certainly was an usual weather event, most people took it in stride, either hunkering down to wait for the worst to pass or charging out into the teeth of the storm in true Canadian fashion.

All this snow provides a vivid contrast to the weather that accompanies the Highlands Summer Festival. In fact we proudly boast our seasonal preference in the name of our annual theatre and concert offerings. And, while the Festival is still months away, plans are already unfolding for the coming season. As you can see by the home page of our website, the plays have been selected and the concerts set. We have even incorporated a special treat this season with the appearance of Canada’s most beloved stand-up comedian, Don Harron. (More about his appearance in a later posting.)

Each season at this time we invite our patrons to take advantage of our Christmas season special pricing. This is a great way for patrons to save 20% on all ticket purchases. The season pass allow patrons to select any four of the Highlands Summer Festival offerings for just $80. They can also extend the pass to purchase other productions at just $20 per show, including Highlands Opera Studio presentations.This offer is only available until January 15, 2010. After that date all seats are sold on a single ticket basis for $25 each, $30 for La Boheme.

The timing of this sale makes it an ideal Christmas gift for someone who enjoys the theatre or for yourself. And, if Santa somehow missed on this one, you have until January 15 to take advantage of this special pricing.

Season passes are available at our retail partners: Kitchen Etc. in Haliburton and The Organic Times in Minden. Or you can contact the Highlands Summer Festival box office by calling 705-457-9933, or email: tickets@highlandssummerfestival.on.ca

We like to think of our pre-season sale as providing a little warmth of summer to help take the chill off a blustery winter.

Stay warm,
Jack

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