Geneva Music Festival Spring Benefit Silent Auction begins on April 3rd!

Dear Festival Friends,

Geneva Music Festival’s Spring Benefit Concert and Silent Auction is coming coming up in less than two weeks!The online auction will run from April 3 – April 11.
Don’t forget to also join us at 7pm on Saturday, April 10, 2021,
for our Spring Benefit virtual concert, “An Evening of Romance.” 

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The Silent Auction
Bidding on auction items starts at noon on Saturday April 3 but you can start browsing through the items anytime.  No account is necessary to browse.
GenevaMusicFestival.com/auction
To bid on an item, you’ll need to set up an account on the auction website.  It’s easy to do!  Once bidding begins, you’ll receive notification if you’ve been outbid, so that you can raise your bid to win that overnight stay at Geneva On The Lake, a VIP winetasting at a local winery, a Cessna flight over the Finger Lakes, sailing lessons, or any of the items donated by local businesses and supporters of the Geneva Music Festival.

Winning bidders will receive gift certificates through the mail and be able to pick up their more bulky items in Geneva on Friday April 16 or Saturday April 17.  Other arrangements for pick-up may be possible.  

If you have questions about the auction, send them to info@genevamusicfestival.com.

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