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After 7 Years, Ticket Prices Edge Up

Queen to Play? Queen AT play! Photo by David Welton

We’ve held it off as long as we could, but our ticket prices are finally increasing as of January 1, 2020. After 7 years at their current price, we’re raising the price of each ticket by $1–but we’re also making kids under 6 free, just to make things a little easier on young families.

General Admission (17-64) will be $8 starting January 1, 2020, and our Youth (6-16) and Senior (65+) tickets will be $6.

This means that a family of 4 can still get in for under $30, and our goal remains to keep both tickets and snack bar prices as affordable as we possibly can.

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4 responses to “After 7 Years, Ticket Prices Edge Up”

  1. Mary Goolsby says:

    I hope you will bring the nominated film “1917” to The Clyde.

  2. Kathryn Wallace says:

    Have you considered screening “virtual” movies? The Seaview theater on Orcas is doing this, something to keep some money coming in during these challenging times.

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