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Music Performance Policy

Updated June 7, 2022 

Saturday Night Jazz - Summer Concert Series

Saturday Night Jazz: 

  • Guests are asked to bring their own chair or blanket and refreshments.
  • In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be moved inside. Ticket holders will be notified by email and phone calls. An announcement will also be posted on our website.

If the concert is moved indoors:

  • Food and drink are NOT permitted in the galleries.
  • Chairs are provided.
  • Masks are recommended, but not required while inside the museum.

Advance Ticketing

  • Tickets can be purchased:
    • ONLINE until 3 p.m. the day of the event (subject to availability). Please check your inbox and spam folder for email confirmations and announcements regarding your event.
    • BY PHONE at (800) 595.4849. There is an additional $3.50 fee per ticket for phone transactions. Please state “Woodmere Art Museum” and the agent will find the event.

Parking 

  • Free parking at Woodmere is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. A sign will be posted at the entrance to the Museum’s driveway when the parking lot is full.
  • Purchase of a concert ticket does not guarantee parking for the event. Additional street parking may be available. Please note: Parking on Bells Mill Road is not permitted.
  • Limited accessible parking is available. Please see the parking attendant for assistance or guest drop off.

Museum Cancellation

Woodmere reserves the right to cancel or postpone concerts due to emergency conditions. This will be posted on our website. 

If the Museum postpones a performance, ticket holders will be given the choice of:

               - attending the rescheduled concert
               - receiving a credit towards another concert
               - receiving a refund

If the Museum cancels a performance, all ticket purchases will be refunded.

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