Season tickets are available for pick-up one month preceding the first lecture. This means they become available starting on Monday, September 9th. Any tickets not picked up will be moved to the venue and waiting for you in the lobby. This is true for each lecture. They are easy to pick up on your way inside. For coffee bribes and smiles, season tickets can be mailed upon request.
Gearing up for R&C
If you lost your tickets, email us! We can have them reprinted and waiting for you at Will Call in the lobby on your way into the lecture. Email Tyler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Giving your tickets to a friend?
There’s no need to notify us. Your friend just needs to know what name the tickets are under at Will Call.
is a fancy name for The Cabin table in the lobby where Hillary, Tyler, and other Cabin staff or volunteers are ready to pass out pre-purchased tickets, sell Rush tickets, and help with anything else.
Can’t use your tickets? Donate them back.
If you realize you’re going to be out of town or get hit with a last minute cold, season ticket holders can donate individual lecture tickets back to The Cabin. Any tickets donated back to The Cabin at least 24 hours ahead of lecture time will receive a donation acknowledgment! Thanks, guys!
Doors open one hour before the start time on your ticket — generally 6:30 PM.
Seating is assigned.
Seats are not always the same lecture-to-lecture, so be sure to check your ticket, which has your seat printed on it. Ask a friendly volunteer for help finding your seat.
Books! Buy them or bring them.
Most authors agree to greet patrons and sign books in the lobby following their lecture. Don’t own the books, but want to? Our partner Rediscovered Books sells copies of author books before and after the lecture, so you can buy one there and still get it signed.
What’s the format?
A Readings & Conversations lecture is typically an original talk by the author on the subject of their choice. It can be about their current book, upcoming projects, past works, relevant cultural issues, and more. The talk runs for about an hour and is followed by a 20ish minute Q&A from the audience, moderated by Kurt, The Cabin’s Executive Director.
Didn’t answer all your questions?
Give us a call at 208-331-8000. We are happy to help!
Please keep in mind The Cabin closes early on lecture days so our staff can prepare for the offsite experience, eat some food, and change into fancier duds. Thus, The Cabin will close at 2 PM on R&C days, with Cabin staff becoming available in the venue lobby starting at 6:30 PM.
Special accommodations can be made by contacting Hillary at email@example.com.
See you there!