Get Your Early Bird Tickets

Time is Running Out! Get Your Early Bird Tickets by Dec. 14 

 

Felicia Hall, Wild & Scenic Film Festival Coordinator and Volunteer Daly Merrill preparing for ticket launch at the SYRCL office Monday, Dec. 3.

Tickets have been selling fast since WSFF box office opened Dec. 1! Time is running out for Early Bird Tickets and reduced prices for Festival Passes. Get yours by Friday, Dec. 14 to take advantage of this limited time offer — only $125 compared to the regular price of $150.

Just in time for the holidays, tickets to see the best and brightest environmental and adventure films make thoughtful gifts and great stocking stuffers for all the loved ones on your list. Prices increase after December 14, so grab ’em while you can!

Members, don’t worry, you will have the added benefit of enjoying a discounted rate of $110 for a festival pass throughout the festival season.

The 17th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival returns to Nevada City and Grass Valley this January 17 – 21, 2019. You don’t want to miss five days of 150 films at 10 venues, activist workshops, panels, music, art exhibitions, and special guest and filmmaker appearances during one of the most inspiring environmental gatherings of its kind.

 

The Films! The People! The Places! The Events! The Inspiration! 

You can join the people who are making a difference in your community and the world. Choose from a variety of passes, session tickets and special events. Tickets can be purchased conveniently online, in advance at the SYRCL office in Nevada City, or at one of our headquarters locations during the festival.

Did you hear about the new all-access Watershed Pass? It’s your ticket to reserved seating, the gala, late night dance party, award screenings and more!

And don’t forget… if you’re a SYRCL member, you receive discounts on festival passes! Not a member? Now you can become a member and purchase your Festival Pass with one convenient purchase. Visit SYRCL to learn about the huge impact our members make in the Yuba River watershed.

Ticket questions? Email us at [email protected]lmfestival.org.

Featured Images:

Surfer Dan

Tim Kemple, Stevie Meier

Derrick Pottle, Keeper of the Flame

Jason van Bruggen