Tickets on sale now at all ticket outlets and online
Festival Passes on sale at the Cozy Theatre Box office, the Cultural Center in New York Mills, Beagle/Wolf Books in Park Rapids, Oma’s Bakery in Wadena, and the Staples World in Staples. Tickets may be purchased at these sites as of August 30, 2018.
Festival passes (7 paid admission films plus 1 free admission film) may be shared among two or more persons and cost $35. The Festival pass saves you $14 ($2 per film) over the cost of purchasing 7 individual tickets. Individual film admission tickets ($7) are only available for purchase at the Cozy Theatre box office. Senior individual film admission is $6 and youth individual film admission (12 and under) is $5.
For online sales follow this link to Brown Paper Tickets to purchase a Festival Pass. When you redeem your Brown Paper Ticket at the Cozy box office you will receive a festival pass.
Food at the Festival
This year Oma’s Bread will bring their amazing food to the festival hospitality tent (located on the Pemberton Law office lawn just across the street from the Cozy Theatre) on Friday afternoon from 4pm-8pm, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 7pm. Fare will include a variety of quiches, salad, and kuchen.
Quiches will include Swiss Cheese & Bacon, Lorraine, Vegetable (carrots, zucchini, cauliflower, broccoli), and Farmer’s Quiche (bacon, potato, onion). Slices of quiche will cost $3.00. A slice of quiche with one of Oma’s scrumptious salads will be $7.50.
Kuchen will be available at $2.00 a slice. Peach and blueberry kuchens will be served.
Just across the street from the Cozy Theatre on the lawn of Pemberton Law everyone is invited to visit the festival hospitality tent. A festival volunteer will be under the tent to answer questions, provide you with a complementary bottle of water, sell you a festival tee shirt, or just talk about the movies. Oma’s Bread and Bistro will be serving food under the tent as well.