Looking for tickets? You're in the right place.
2019 Festival ticket sale dates below:
Pass & Package Sales
Now available, purchase details below.
Individual Ticket Sales
Members: January 15, noon–8:00 p.m. MT
Locals: January 17, noon–8:00 p.m. MT
Public: January 22, 10:00 a.m. MT until sold out
There are so many ways to enjoy the Sundance Film Festival. Purchase a pass, a ticket package, or individual tickets in advance or catch a last-minute screening through the eWaitlist.
For more information, watch this video or check out the ticketing details, box office and eWaitlist information, and frequently asked questions below.
For assistance, please visit sundance.org/customersupport.
Corporate Hospitality Packages: The Sundance Film Festival is a one-of-a-kind experience for hosting your top clients. For access to a bulk quantity of screening tickets, Festival credentials, and other exclusive opportunities, please contact Sundance Institute's Corporate Department at firstname.lastname@example.org to explore corporate hospitality package options.
Please note that there is a $50 handling fee per pass or package and a $2 fee per ticket. Fees are nonrefundable.
Here are the ins and outs of passes, ticket packages, individual tickets, the eWaitlist, and more. Take a look—you may even discover a few Fest hacks along the way!
The Sundance Film Festival reserves the right to prohibit any sales during this Festival and in future years to any ticket buyer who is identified or has been identified as a ticket reseller. This pertains to resales above, below, or at face value. Resales include unauthorized duplication and multiple forwarding of print-at-home tickets. Tickets and credentials can be remotely invalidated. All theaters have scanning capabilities.
By purchasing, you are acknowledging that you have read and agreed with all the terms and conditions (the "fine print") published here.
How to Fest Without Advance Tickets
Not able to secure a Festival pass or ticket package but still want to get in on the fun? We've got you covered—there's lots to do that doesn't require a ticket.
Frequently Asked Questions