In general, this is pretty simple. First, we ask that your read our COVID Precautions. We have recently eased these precautions a bit, so it's important that you read them over before reserving a seat at one of our concerts.
After that, it's pretty simple:
You must be on our email list (if you're already getting emails from us, you’re on our list)
We will respond, either with a confirmation email, or if we are full, to offer to put you on a wait list.
If you don’t receive an email from us confirming that you have seats, you’re not confirmed – get in touch with us any time if you’re unsure.
Please reserve seats (for you or for your friends) only when you're pretty sure you will use them. And if you have to cancel (especially in the last week before the concert), we will request that you make your artist contribution anyway if we can't fill your seat.
Attendance is free, but we do request a minimum per person donation to the artist, which will be included in the concert announcement and invitation. 100% of your donation always goes to the artist.
If you have attended a concert here before, you'll be able to make your artist contribution when you arrive at the concert (cash or check made out to the artist).
If you have never attended a concert here before, we will ask you to pre-pay your artist contribution before we confirm a seat for you (we may also make this request if you haven't been here in awhile). If we do, we'll hold a seat for you for five days to give you time to pre-pay either via PayPal (PayPal.me/macumcreekconcerts) or @firstname.lastname@example.org), Venmo (@Dave-Airel), or by mailing a check to us, payable to the artist, post-dated to the date of the concert.
If you use PayPal, please select the "Friends and Family" payment option, and include the artist's name in the notes field. This is NOT a payment for goods and services; we are simply pooling contributions from our guests, and 100% of all contributions go to the artist.
If you use Venmo, please include the artist's name and the phrase "Artist Contribution" in the notes field. This is NOT a payment for goods and services; we are simply pooling contributions from our guests, and 100% of all contributions go to the artist.
If you have to cancel for any reason (especially in the last week or so before the concert), we ask that you consider making your artist donation anyway, unless we can fill your seat.