Ticket Sales Closed
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Firefly! Tuesday 3 July through Sunday 8 July 2018, in Vermont, around a thousand participants.
Firefly has developed a ticket process which uses non-transferable refundable tickets, a lottery to allocate initial ticket offers, and an automated waitlist system.
The ticket process is simpler than previous years: it is now entirely online.
- Each participant seeking a ticket signs up on the Firefly Ticketing website. Register between 1 and 15 April to be included in the lottery.
- Lottery registration is closed, the lottery was held on 17 April to put all registrations in random order.
- Ticket offers have been sent to the top entries on the list, and a waitlist created for ticket turnover after that.
- Folks who register after 15 April are added to the end of the waitlist in the order they register.
- If you have a ticket offer, pay for it within five days or the next person on the waitlist will get it!
- Tickets are non-transferable and tied to your name and birth date. If you can’t attend, you can–and should!–return your ticket for a refund so it can be offered to the next person on the waitlist.
What you can do right now:
Information about all the details of the ticketing process is on the Omnibus Ticket Information Page.
Ticket price is $80 + processing fees. If ticket cost would keep you from participating in Firefly, please see the page for our new assistance program (replacing the Scholarship Tickets of ’16 and ’17).
As always, send your questions, comments, concerns, and thematically-appropriate quail pictures (but please, no bribes) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use of the Firefly ticket indicates that the bearer agrees to the following terms:
- You are solely responsible for your own survival and well being, including bringing an adequate supply of water and food, as well as your own shelter
- You agree to read and abide by all rules in the Firefly Survival Guide and policies on the web site, and to follow federal, state, and local laws
- You understand that the nature of the event entails certain risks and hazards; you attend solely at your own risk, and no guarantees, expressed or implied, have been made about your safety
- Photographs, video, or sound recordings of any participants or creative work cannot be used for commercial purposes without the express permission of subjects or artists and Firefly Arts Collective, Inc.
- Commercial vending and/or advertising are prohibited
- You agree to waive any claim or action you may have against: 1) the owners of the land upon which the event is held, 2) the organizers of the event, or volunteers at the event, 3) the sponsoring corporation, Firefly Arts Collective, Inc., or 4) any other participants, for any action taken, damage incurred, or injury sustained during the event