SFJAZZ Family Matinee School/Community Organization Complimentary Ticket Request
Thank you for your interest in bringing your group to our Family Matinees! We offer a limited number of complimentary tickets to Bay Area low income school and youth community groups, depending on availability for each matinee. Please fill out and submit this form and we will respond to your request as soon as possible.

*Tickets must be requested two weeks prior to each matinee.

While we do not offer group discounts for Family Matinees, you may purchase tickets for a large group by contacting Bel Bran at groups@sfjazz.org to reserve your tickets. Find out more by visiting: http://www.sfjazz.org/events/groupsales.

Matinees are affordably priced at:

- $5 per child (18 and under)
- $5 per senior
- $23 per adult

We look forward to your visit!

# of adults in your group.
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# of children in your group
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Child age range?
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Which Family Matinee are you requesting tickets for?
School/Organization Name
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School/Organization Street Address
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School/Organization City
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School/Organization State
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School/Organization Zip code
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Lead First Name
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Lead Last Name
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phone number
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email address
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Does your school receive Title 1 funding?
How did you hear about our Family Matinee?
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Would you like to be added to the SFJAZZ Education email and/or mailing list?
Important information regarding complimentary group ticket confirmations:
Complimentary group tickets are released 2 weeks before each Family Matinee. SFJAZZ will contact the program lead via email if tickets are available.

*Group tickets are available for the Family Matinee only and do not reserve your group a spot for the Family Workshop.

Please email education@sfjazz.org with specific questions or to inquire about your ticket request.

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