Aspen Ideas Festival offers new Millennial Pass
The Aspen Ideas Festival is offering a new pass for attendees aged 18 to 35. Dubbed the “Millennial Pass,” the $99 ticket grants admission to 10 days of events at the Aspen Institute’s Spotlight Health forums, as well as Ideas Fest events running June 22 to July 1, gathering world leaders in business, science, politics, media and the arts.
The pass is on sale now at the Wheeler Opera House box office and aspenshowtix.com.
Most of the Ideas Fest schedule has yet to be announced. The young people’s pass includes any morning or evening session at the St. Regis, Hotel Jerome and Limelight Hotel, as well as evening Spotlight Health sessions in the McNulty Room at the Doerr-Hosier building and evening events on the Aspen Institute campus.
The 100 early-release Millennial Passes sold out, as have full passes to the festival. A second Millennial Pass release will be available during the Apsen Ideas Festival public ticket sales on June 16.
Edited on June 6 to add information about sold-out Millennial Passes and the second release.
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