Music in the Park - page 4

Package Plans
All groups registered to attend a Music in the Parks
festival must select from one of the following package
• Festival Adjudication, One Day Admission to Park
• Festival Adjudication, One Day Admission to Park,
Meal in Park
Complimentary Packages
Free Director Package: Directors will receive one
complimentary Park admission (and meal when
applicable) based on the following policy. Free
Director Packages are awarded based on participating
ensembles: One for Concert Band/Jazz Ensemble,
One for Orchestra, and One for Choir.
Free Chaperone Package: One Free Chaperone is
awarded for every 25 performing students purchasing
park tickets from Music in the Parks. Non-performing
students and students utilizing season passes are not
counted in this total.
Payment Schedule
If you are working with an outside travel planner,
please refer to their information for payment guidelines.
• A $100 per ensemble refundable deposit* is due
90 days before your event.
*All payments are refundable until 30 days before your event.
See the Cancellation and Refund policy for complete information.
• Your final installment is due 30 days before your
festival. You will receive reminder emails when these
invoices are due.
Any account that has not made any payments by the
final payment deadline will be canceled, and their groups
will be removed from the performance schedule.
Payment Methods
Music in the Parks will accept the following forms
of payment:
• Check
• Money Order
• Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
We DO NOT consider Purchase Orders a form
of payment.
All payments must be made in US Currency.
Returned Checks
There is a $20.00 penalty for all returned checks.
If a personal check issued by a parent affiliated with your
organization is returned for any reason, your group will be
held responsible for the $20.00 fee.
“The judge’s comments were VERY helpful.
I really appreciated the fact that they were both critical
and constructive!! I always feel comfortable coming
from Music In The Parks because I know that the judges
are critical and comprehensive, but also understand the
importance (and helpfulness) of positive comments too!”
—Katie B., Aviara Oaks Middle School, Carlsbad, CA
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