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TICKETS TO INDIVIDUAL SCREENINGS CAN BE PURCHASED ON EACH PROGRAM'S WEBPAGE. SCROLL DOWN TO PURCHASE WINTERFEST PASSES.
Jewish Film Institute (JFI) Members: $12.00
General Public: $15.00
Seniors (65 and older) / Students w/ID: $14.00
SOLD OUT. The WinterFest Weekend Pass is good for admission to all shows at both the Vogue Theatre and Alamo Drafthouse, February 10 - 11, 2018.
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Contact the Box Office
Monday - Friday, 10am -5pm
Due to high call volume, not every call can be answered. Please leave the Box Office a message and they will return your call shortly. Orders may be placed over the phone at no extra charge.
WinterFest Box Office Hours (at theatres)
During WinterFest 2017 (2/10-2/11), the Box Office will be open from 1 hour prior to the first screening of the day. The Box Office will remain open until 15 minutes after the last screening begins. Tickets for any event or screening at WinterFest still available can be purchased at any WinterFest Box Office.
Orders set to will call will be available at the venue and on the day of the first screening in the order. If all tickets were purchased on the same order, they will all be available for pick up at the first screening in the order; if tickets were purchased on separate orders, they will be available or pick up at the first screening of each order. If you would like separate orders bundled together for pick up at your first screening, please email the box office. If you miss the first show in your order, your order will transfer to the venue of the next screening in the order. Passes will remain at the venue specified above until picked up. Will Call orders may be picked up by the person who placed the order with either a confirmation email or a photo ID. If you would like to change the name on your will call order, please email the box office at email@example.com.
RUSH: WHAT IS IT AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Last-minute tickets known as rush tickets may become available for purchase just before showtime when advance tickets have sold out. A rush line will form outside the venue usually one hour before showtime. Approximately ten minutes prior to the screening, empty seats are counted and will be sold on a first come, first served basis to those in line. Rush tickets will only be sold to those actually waiting in line at the time of sale.
Ticket and pass holders must arrive 20 minutes prior to show-time to guarantee admission. Ticket or pass holders arriving less than 20 minutes prior to showtime cannot be guaranteed a seat, even with a ticket or a pass. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges will be issued.
All seats are general admission, and multiple seat-saving is not permitted.
While waiting in line, please be considerate of our neighbors and local businesses. We remind patrons that it's now illegal to smoke while waiting in line or near entrances to venues.
SFJFF believes in everyone's right to choose the restroom they are most comfortable using. - Please disregard any exclusionary signage that may be visible at our venues.
Please refrain from wearing perfumes and other scented products so that attendees with environmental sensitivities can comfortably enjoy the films. Thank you.
The Jewish Film Institute is committed to accommodating audience members with disabilities, offering early seating as needed. Please make yourself known to the theater house manager for assistance. All screening venues are wheelchair accessible. All screening venues have wheelchair-accessible bathrooms.