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Elkhart Jazz Festival tickets on sale Friday morning

Tickets for the Elkhart Jazz Festival go on sale Friday morning.
Posted on Jan. 10, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Jan. 10, 2013 at 5:10 p.m.

ELKHART — Early bird tickets go on sale Friday morning for the Elkhart Jazz Festival and a special concert featuring Wynton Marsalis with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

Four levels of passes will go on sale at 10 a.m. via the Lerner Theatre for downtown Elkhart’s largest festival of the year. This year’s headliners at the theater include jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli, who will perform June 21, and Marsalis, who will play on June 22. More artists in the festival’s lineup will be announced in coming weeks.

The early bird price for standard jazz passes are $110, which includes access to every music venue for all three days of the festival. Standard patron passes are $190, which includes entry to all venues with preferred seating plus access to exclusive patron-only events.

There are also a limited number of premium passes that will go on sale Friday that include all of the perks of standard tickets plus entrance to Marsalis’ concert at the Lerner Theatre. Early bird premium jazz passes with main floor seating at the theater are $150, and premium patron passes with orchestra seating are $245.

Tickets will be available at the Lerner Theatre box office or by calling (800) 294-8223. Tickets will also be on sale online at

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