Why Should You Purchase a Season Pass to the American Mountain Theater?
So, you’ve heard about the American Mountain Theater Season Pass, and you’re wondering if this is something that might be right for you. Maybe you’re just curious how they work. Well, let us answer all your questions!
First, what is a Season Pass?
A Season Pass is a flat rate “membership” card, for lack of a better term. It allows you to attend our Premier 2-Hour Show and our History of American Music Show as many times as you can stand in a season. It does not get you into our Concert Series shows or our Christmas shows; although, we do have savings options for those as well. If you plan on coming more than 3 times in a season, they are a great deal, because they only cost $80 per person.
What a Season Pass is not.
It is not a guarantee of specific seats for every show. If you have a seating preference, we will gladly assign those seats to you if they are available, and if they are not, we’ll get you as close as we can.
Season passes are not transferable. They are only good for the person whose name is on the card. They can’t be given to a friend to use.
Why should I consider purchasing a Season Pass?
There are a lot of different reasons to consider purchasing a season pass.
- They are for the uber-fan who likes to come once a week, or more, (and yes, we have lots of ubber-fans!).
- They are also great for entertaining. Do you have friends and family who come to visit throughout the year? Get a season pass for you and it will save you the ticket cost for you each time that you want bring your guests to the show to entertain them while they are in Elkins.
- Maybe you’re a fan of our Gospel Series; you could purchase a season pass and come see our Premier 2-Hour Show and our History Show each time that you’re in town for the weekend Gospel Concerts.
Whatever your reason, a season pass is a great way to experience the American Mountain Theater.
So give us a call or visit to purchase your season pass, and come see us this week (and the week after that, and after that, and that!).
How would you use a season pass?