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There is no better way to attend Telluride than as a passholder. There's no hassle: one purchase in advance entitles you to seating at the theatres, films and events on a first-come, first-served basis. But Festival passes are not cheap, lodging is dear, and for most folks, Telluride's location is off the beaten path. Nonetheless, year after year, cinephiles with appetites for champagne movies brave the Festival on a light beer budget. If the Festival Pass is not affordable for you, there are two options: a new Cinephile pass for $390 giving you admission to a special menu of Festival morsels, and the Acme Pass, priced at the special rate of $580. The Acme offers nearly the full Festival experience in one of our best venues — Chuck Jones' Cinema.
Here's the scoop on attending on a real 'show' string:
Note: All seven indoor theatres put individual tickets on sale ten minutes before showtime if there are seats available after passholders have been seated.
Reasonably priced campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Telluride has more than its share of gourmet dining, but it also has great pizza, ribs, burritos, salads, burgers and plenty of popcorn!
How to fest without a pass, click here for guidelines (PDF). Visit the Hospitality Center in Brigadoon during the Festival for a detailed handout of shows and tips.