Saturday, July 10, 2010

DP2A-Still Available for $119

DETROIT PASSPORT TO THE ARTS: six exceptional nights for just $119.

Visit their site here for a far more comprehensive (and prettier) version of what appears below. As I have said many times, this is the most fantastic cultural bargain you'll ever partake in.

The 200 Passports at the introductory rate have been sold!
Purchase your passport today for just $119!

Detroit Passport to the Arts
2010-2011 Season

Friday, October 22, 2010
Michigan Opera Theater
The Mikado Friday,

November 12, 2010
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Rachmaninoff and Dvořák

Saturday, December 11, 2010
Hilberry Theatre
Of Mice and Men

February, 2011 TBD
Detroit Film Theater
Oscar Shorts Saturday,

April 16, 2011
Eisenhower Dance Ensemble
20 Years of Dance in Detroit Saturday,

June 18, 2011
Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings and
The Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival
Music of the 'Spheres

Order NOW! Only 400 passports are available for 2010-2011. 200 have already been sold!

Enjoy a Night On The Town for under $20 per event! Go out with your friends (and maybe even a date) for an incredible price with DP2A!

If you believe this extraordinary value is too good to last, show your charitable side and purchase our exclusive DP2A Platinum Passport. This special-edition Platinum Passport sells for a price of $219!

The additional cost will help DP2A become a sustainable program. As thanks you will receive premium seating, complimentary parking & recognition in the passport.

6 Performances and 6 Events Only $119 The average ticket price at each venue, plus the cost of a drink and appetizers at our post-event gatherings, combines to provide you with more than $320 of value. That's a savings of 66%! Please Note: We were only able to make 400 passports available, for the 2010-11 season, at ANY price. Act now, before it is too late! Purchase your Passport Now! [Image]


David Cranmer said...

Someday, someday...

George said...

What a bargain! I wish we weren't tied down with Elder Care...

Margot Kinberg said...

Oh, wish I could go...

Evan Lewis said...

Does sound like a sweet deal. If only there were a Portland edition.