Street Fair Admission:
Friday, November 16: FREE
Saturday and Sunday, November 17 and 18: $8
13 to 18 and over 62: $5 / 12 and under: FREE
Author Presentation Tickets:
Online ticketing will be available to the general public starting Monday, November 5th at 10:00 a.m.
Events requiring tickets for admission are marked with the symbol .
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(Sunday, November 11– Friday, November 16):
Online ticket sales end at 12 noon on the day of event.
Box Office is open ONE HOUR before each event. Tickets on sale at the Box Office are only for that night's events. For all other ticket purchases, please order online.
Tickets for 2012 Evenings With series author presentations are $10 (plus a $2 handling fee charged by our ticketing provider, IMG Tickets).
The following Evenings With series author presentations require tickets:
An Evening With Tom Wolfe
An Evening With Junot Diaz
An Evening With Chris Hayes
An Evening With Sandra Cisneros
An Evening With Dr. Brian Weiss & Amy Weiss
An Evening With Jeffrey Toobin
An Evening With Robert A. Caro
An Evening With Adam Gopnik
An Evening With Emma Donoghue
An Evening With Alan Ryan in conversation with Robert Weil
An Afternoon with Lemony Snicket
(Monday, November 12):
Online ticket sales end at 12 noon on Monday, November 12, 2012
An Afternoon with Lemony Snicket requires online FREE ticket reservations (no handling fees apply to free ticket reservations).
School’s Closed... But Book Fair’s Open! Spend An Afternoon with Lemony Snicket
(Saturday, November 17 & Sunday, November 18):
Online ticket sales end at 5 p.m. on Friday, November 16, 2012
Weekend author sessions in the Chapman Conference Center and Cooking Demos in the Miami Culinary Institute require online FREE ticket reservations (no handling fees apply to free ticket reservations).
The following Weekend Author Sessions and Cooking Demos require tickets:
Dave Barry on Lunatics and Seth Reiss and Will Tracy on The Onion Book of Known Knowledge
Naomi Wolf on Vagina: A New Biography
See, Learn, Eat: Cooking Demonstration: Hiroko Shimbo on Hiroko’s American Kitchen: Cooking with Japanese Flavors
Michael J. Sandel on What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets
Culture Shocks: Lori Andrews on Social Networks and the Death of Privacy, Hanna Rosin on The End of Men and Joan Walsh on What’s the Matter with White People?
See, Learn, Eat: A Cooking Demonstration: Anne Byrn on Unbelievably Gluten-Free!
American Histories: Candice Millard on A Tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President, David Nasaw on Joseph P. Kennedyand Les Standiford on the Band of Radicals Who Led the Colonies to War
See, Learn, Eat: A Cooking Demonstration: Raquel Roque on The Cuban Kitchen
On Christopher Hitchens and Mortality with Carol Blue, Cary Goldstein, Martin Amis and Robert Weil
Bill O’Reilly on Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot
Molly Ringwald on When It Happens to You: A Novel in Stories
See, Learn, Eat: Cooking Demonstration: Maricel Presilla on Gran Cocina Latina: The Food of Latin America
James Patterson on Reading: A Whole Family Event
The Last Four Years: David Maraniss on Barack Obama, Michael Grunwald on The Hidden Story of Change in the Obama Era and Neil Barofsky on How Washington Abandoned Main Street
On War: Jake Tapper on American Valor, Benjamin Busch on Dust to Dust: A Memoir and Brian Castner on A Story of War and the Life That Follows
See, Learn, Eat: Cooking Demonstration: Liz Gutman and Jen King on The Liddabit Sweets Candy Cookbook
Three Journeys: Andrew McCarthy on The Longest Way Home, Eric Weiner on My Flirtations with the Divine and Scott Wallace on theAmazon’s Last Uncontacted Tribes
See, Learn, Eat: Cooking Demonstration: Yvan Lemoine on Comidas USA