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March 20, 2013

'Early bird' Elkhart Jazz Festival tickets on sale

ELKHART — Organizers of the 26th Annual Elkhart Jazz Festival announce that “early bird” prices will be extended for one month to welcome back “snowbirds” who are returning back to the Michiana area.  

Early bird tickets will be available until April 15. The Elkhart Jazz Festival will kick off June 20 and continue through June 23 in downtown Elkhart. Wynton Marsalis is the headline performer this year.

There are several tiers of tickets on sale, including session passes that allow access to all of the festival’s music venues for specified times.  Discounted festival ticket prices for students are also available. A current student identification must be presented at will-call.

To purchase tickets, call The Lerner Theater at 800-294-8223 or visit the box office in person at 410 S. Main St.,  Elkhart, or go online to www.thelerner.com.

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