All Registrations and T-Shirt Sales open on Friday, March 01, 2019 and close on Thursday, September 05, 2019.
On-site Registration and T-Shirt Sales Open Friday, September 06, 2019 at 11:30am.
|Ticket Description||Price / Ticket|
|1 Day Standard Pass||$20.00|
|2 Day Standard Pass||$30.00|
|3 Day Standard Pass||$40.00|
|1 Day Student Pass||$10.00|
|2 Day Student Pass||$15.00|
|3 Day Student Pass||$20.00|
|Seniors Registration - 65 and Older|
|1 Day Senior Pass||$10.00|
|2 Day Senior Pass||$15.00|
|3 Day Senior Pass||$20.00|
|RMAF Registration + 1 Year Membership to Colorado Audio Society|
|1 Day Pass Plus Colorado Audio Society Membership||$50.00|
|2 Day Pass Plus Colorado Audio Society Membership||$55.00|
|3 Day Pass Plus Colorado Audio Society Membership||$60.00|
|Industry Affiliate Registration|
|1 Day Industry Affiliate Pass||$20.00|
|2 Day Industry Affiliate Pass||$30.00|
|3 Day Industry Affiliate Pass||$40.00|
|Active Military Registration|
|1 Day Active Military Pass||$10.00|
|2 Day Active Military Pass||$15.00|
|3 Day Active Military Pass||$20.00|
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