MTL Clown Fest - MEGAPASS

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MTL CLOWN FEST - 5-SHOW MEGAPASS

Save a few dollars and see a few shows!
Enjoy the Megapass, our gift to you!

See 5 shows for 65$ and save 10$!

Pick-up your Megapass as of September 12th at MainLine Theatre during their regular box office hours (Tuesday-Saturday, 2-6) or before the first performance you wish to see.

Limited quantity!

MEGAPASS POLICY
- Tickets can be picked up in person at MainLine Theatre's box office upon presenting the Megapass.
- Tickets can be reserved over the phone when you purchase your pass at 514-849-3378.
- Tickets can be reserved over the phone once you have purchased your pass online at mainlinetheatre.ca.
- The Megapass does notgrant you access to sold out shows (so pick up your tickets!).
- The Megapass may not be used to pick up multiple tickets for the same performance.
- The Megapass may not be used for entry into the Balloon Workshop or the Closing Gala.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Wednesday 13 September 2017 / 20:00

1000 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 0+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 1000 minutes

Coming Soon

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