Festival Schedule

2010 Global Film and Music


All festival screenings, performances, and receptions are free of charge.  The Kimball Theater, however, does require tickets for all events, which can be picked up at the box office or ordered by phone calling 1-800-HISTORY. More ticketing information below.

Want to see a show but it’s sold out?  Come the night of  the event, as the will call releases tickets 10 minutes before showtime!

Click on a each link below to see the schedule for that day. Or, you can click here for a printable copy of the full festival weekend schedule.

Thursday Schedule

Friday Schedule

Saturday Schedule

Sunday Schedule

Be sure to check back here before festival weekend for the most up to date schedule of events. For a schedule of films in our Pre-Festival Series, click here.

TICKETING INFO

Tickets are FREE, and are required for all festival events, with the exception of the French Wine & Cheese Reception on Friday February 19. Other receptions require tickets.
Tickets are available at the Kimball box office, either for physical pick-up or will-call. Guests may either stop by the festival box office, or call 1-800-HISTORY (4478679) to reserve tickets will-call.
If tickets are not available, do not dismay! Unclaimed will-call tickets will become available ten (10) minutes prior to each festival event – you could still get into that show!

Kimball Will-Call Information
Will-call tickets will be available for pickup at the Kimball box office until ten (10) minutes prior to showtime. Ten minutes prior to an event, all will-call tickets will be released to the public. PLEASE PLAN TO ARRIVE EARLY to pick up your tickets – long lines are expected at many events.
Will-call tickets for the public are available by calling the Kimball box office at 1-800-HISTORY (4478679).

College Will-Call Information
For certain William & Mary classes, in addition to special festival guests and festival staff, a separate system has been set up for will-call. College will-call tickets will be available thirty (30) minutes prior to each show at a table set up inside the Kimball. You will be notified if tickets have been set aside for you in the College will-call system – the Kimball will-call system is for the general public.
Will-call tickets will be available for pickup at the College will-call table inside the Kimball until ten (10) minutes prior to showtime. Ten minutes prior to an event, all will-call tickets will be released to the public. PLEASE PLAN TO ARRIVE EARLY to pick up your tickets – long lines are expected at many events.

Blind Boys of Alabama Ticketing
The performance of the Blind Boys of Alabama, the only festival event occurring at the W&M Sadler Center rather than the Kimball, is co-sponsored by AMP and has a different ticketing system. Some tickets are available for the public at the Kimball, and most tickets are reserved for W&M students and will be available at the Sadler Center Information Desk. Student ID will be required to obtain student tickets.

Check out the festival program on this website and reserve your tickets TODAY!

*NOTE: “La Vie en Rose” is already sold out. Some will-call tickets may become available 10 minutes prior to showtime on Friday February 19.
*NOTE: Public tickets for “Blind Boys of Alabama” are no longer available. Student tickets are available at the Kimball, and there will be public overflow seating for a live, digital “simul-cast” of the performance in the Tidewater rooms of the Sadler Center. Some will-call tickets may become available 10 minutes prior to showtime on Sunday February 21.