Sundance local registration ends Friday
Registration for locals-only individual tickets for the 2007 Sundance Film Festival ends at 5 p.m. on Dec. 29. Utah residents are encouraged to register online at http://www.sundance.org/locals for an opportunity to receive a half-hour time block on Jan. 6 or 7 to purchase tickets to the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. The implementation of this new process eliminates the need to wait in line and is designed to provide a more seamless and accessible system for local residents to participate in individual ticket sales.
The 2007 Sundance Film Festival runs Jan. 18-28 with screenings and events in Park City, at the Sundance Resort, in Salt Lake City, and in Ogden, Utah.
The Sundance Film Festival, as part of a long-standing tradition, offers individual tickets to Utah residents on an annual basis. This is the earliest opportunity for anyone to purchase individual tickets to festival screenings, providing Utah residents with the first access to tickets for the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.
On Wednesday, Jan. 3, registrants will be randomly assigned a time to purchase tickets and will receive details, including their designated 30-minute window to purchase tickets in person on Jan. 6 or 7. As the time blocks are assigned randomly, there is no benefit to registering early. Registration does not guarantee an assigned time block.
Those who do not have an email address and are unable to register online may register in person at the Salt Lake City box office at Trolley Square, 552 South 602 East, or the Park City box office at the Gateway Center, 136 Heber Ave. They may also call the Festival Information Hotline at (435)776-7878 to register.
On Jan. 6 or 7, registrants must arrive during their assigned half hour time block to purchase tickets at either the Salt Lake City Main box office at Trolley Square or the Park City Main box office at the Gateway Center. Summit County and Wasatch County residents living within the following area codes will be serviced through the Park City Box Office: 84017, 84024, 84032, 84033, 84036, 84049, 84055, 84060, 84061, 84068, 84082, and 84098. All other patrons will purchase their tickets at the Salt Lake City Box Office.
Ogden and the Sundance Resort will also offer local ticket sales the same weekend, but for screenings at their locations only. Individuals interested in purchasing tickets for screenings at the locations can do so on Jan. 6 and 7, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Odgen and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Sundance Resort, without registering online.
Registrants may purchase a maximum of 20 tickets per person and tickets are $15 each. All purchases must be made in person at the main box offices.
Proof of Utah residency will be required when purchasing tickets during locals-only sales. Proof of Utah residency includes either a valid Utah Driver’s License or a photo ID and Utah utility bill. A Utah billing address is required for all credit card purchases.
For additional information about the registration process, please visit the Festival website at http://www.sundance.org/locals, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Festival Information Hotline at (435) 776 -7878, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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