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Let's keep the thread on topic, guys.

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Is there additional registration/etc required for CanJam beyond RMAF, or basically just show up?
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Is there additional registration/etc required for CanJam beyond RMAF, or basically just show up?

 

All attendee admission is via RMAF. That is, as an attendee, you buy a ticket to get into RMAF, and CanJam @ RMAF is included!

 

Thanks for asking. I'll make that more clear in the first post.

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All attendee admission is via RMAF. That is, as an attendee, you buy a ticket to get into RMAF, and CanJam @ RMAF is included!

Neat! Thanks.
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Thanks for asking. I'll make that more clear in the first post.

Let me clarify: I am *very* lazy and tend not to read things that I probably should. ph34r.gif

Thanks again! beerchug.gif
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so what's the common language in what appears to be a seriously mixed-up country... English ?

 

we had the same problem in England a few centuries ago, about thirty different local dialects were spoke by about 70% of the population (we'll call it Olde English for arguments sake), the rest spoke French... Henry V sorted out all that malarkey when we were fighting the French (Agincourt et al), he didn't want his messages to be intercepted so he wrote them in English which was the first recorded standardisation of the language, though it took a few centuries to become the common English language that is spoke today.

the common language is french. in walony they barely speak dutch. English is our 3th language but my english is better then my french. english and dutch have a lot in common

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All attendee admission is via RMAF. That is, as an attendee, you buy a ticket to get into RMAF, and CanJam @ RMAF is included!

 

Thanks for asking. I'll make that more clear in the first post.

What's the price for a ticket? and is there a certain age to enter?

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What's the price for a ticket? and is there a certain age to enter?

I can answer that one! redface.gif

https://audiofest.net/2012/register_new.php?Sid=91cb757eb668a07cb9faadae874a1588
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sorry Jude

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I can answer that one! redface.gif
https://audiofest.net/2012/register_new.php?Sid=91cb757eb668a07cb9faadae874a1588

Wow that's cheap.
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Wow that's cheap.

Flying to the festival costs $400-$500 not including return flight or stay or lugging gear and what not for people on the East Coast.

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Flying to the festival costs $400-$500 not including return flight or stay or lugging gear and what not for people on the East Coast.
I know wink.gif

But the entrance is cheap. I expected it to be something like $50/day.

For a European, It's probably $2-3k to go there with expensive flights and whatnot.
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Neat! Thanks.
Let me clarify: I am *very* lazy and tend not to read things that I probably should. ph34r.gif
Thanks again! beerchug.gif

On line registration for the RMAF was easy and it provides links for hotel and airport transportation. It took about 20 minutes to get all the pieces in place.
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Flying to the festival costs $400-$500 not including return flight or stay or lugging gear and what not for people on the East Coast.

Ah, the price of fun! biggrin.gif
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Hey, its the same weekend as the Great American Beer Festival!  If I'm sober enough and can find my way, maybe I'll pop on over to CanJam.  Decisions, decisions!!!

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I wish I lived in denver..... 

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