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TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage) - Wed Jun 28 2017 at 5:30 pm
· Jun · 28 Wed at TekSavvy Main Stage Confederation Park Laurier Ave & Elgin Street Ottawa, ON K1P 5J2
Park Gates at 5:30 pm
Tickets: $52.00 Incl HST & Fees Ticket prices increase by $3 day of show.

General Admission / All Ages Welcome / No Refunds or Exchanges / Rain or Shine

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TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage)
Wed Jun 28 2017 at 5:30 pm
REGULAR
$52.00
$0.00
TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage)
Wed Jun 28 2017 at 5:30 pm
PLATINUM
  • • Limited Quantities
$72.00
$0.00
TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2017: Single Day Ticket (Includes all concerts in Confederation Park & the Tartan Homes Stage)
Wed Jun 28 2017 at 5:30 pm
YOUTH
  • • Ages 12 – 25 (inclusive)
$37.00
$0.00
Applicable Taxes and/or Fees will be added in the next step. Subtotal:    $0.00
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