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How do I get tickets, reserve a seat or sign up for a
Free Fall program?
If you are interested in a particular event, workshop, exhibit or seminar, please go to our “Events” page to see if reservations are required and to obtain instructions.

Is everything really Free?
Every performance, event, workshop and exhibit is Free!  Check each listing for dates and times of free events.  Many programs require advance registration by phone or on line.

Where can I get more information on the listed events?
If you have specific questions, we recommend you contact the presenting organization directly.  Phone numbers and web sites are included.

Are the events wheelchair accessible?
Free Fall Baltimore takes place in 60 different venues that vary in ease of accessibility.  Contact the facility directly with specific questions about the site or its services.

When do the programs start and end?
Free Fall Baltimore begins October 1 and continues through October 31, 2013

What if there are no seats/passes available?
We are very sorry. That means the performance you wish to attend is fully reserved. Many events have limited seating or capacity so advance reservations are required. However, check with the venue to see if there's a waiting list. Last resort - People often don't show up when they have reserved a ticket, so take a chance and go to the event. You might get in!

What if I make a reservation but can’t attend?
We would very much appreciate it if you would notify the presenting organization so your pass may be used by someone else.

Is parking available?
Parking varies by venue.  A map of downtown parking facilities is on the Baltimore page.

Can I get to programs using public transportation?
All programs take place within Baltimore City.  Bus, metro and light rail schedules are available at www.mtamaryland.com

I am bringing young children. Is Free Fall Baltimore suitable
for children?
Absolutely! Free Fall actively encourages families to participate. There are some programs that are designed for children. See the Free Fall for Kids! Listings. These programs are especially kid-friendly.

I’m a journalist. Whom can I contact for media inquiries?
Please visit our “News” page for background information, photos or interviews.

How do I report an error on this web site?
Please contact our web master at: info@freefallbaltimore.com

Can I submit an event for the Free Fall calendar?
No. All the events on the Free Fall Baltimore Calendar have been pre-approved. If you have a free arts or cultural program or event that you would like listed in an events calendar, please submit it to: www.baltimorefunguide.com.

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