311 and Shinedown Ticket Specials

311 and Shinedown Ticket Specials

311: July 14th – Pit Tickets only $30
Carnival of Madness: August 31st : Shinedown $19.99 for 200 level Reserved Seats

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LIMITED QUANTITIES – WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

For four days only, Thursday July 4 at 12:01am until Sunday July 7 at 11:59pm, there will be various tickets specials.

Tickets are on a first come, first serve basis and are subject to availability.  Tickets are only available for the shows listed.  This offer cannot be combined with any other discount or offer.

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