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Radio Show tickets go on sale

Monday, April 2, 2012

The Putnam County Airport Appreciation Group has announced that tickets are now on sale for the third annual Dixie Chopper 20th Century Radio Show.

The show is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 8 at the Dixie Chopper Conference Center at the Putnam County Airport.

The tickets went on sale Monday, April 2. The group announced that tickets will be first offered to those patrons that bought tickets for the 2011 Radio Show on a right of first refusal.

For the time being, only those patrons who had seats at last year's show will be able to purchase tickets at this time. Tickets are available from Ginger Scott at Wabash Capital. She can be reached at 655-2333.

This year there are five levels of seating available to the general public: B-17 tables are in the front row for $640; the second row of seating, P-51 tables sell for $400; the third level of seating, C-47 tables sell for $280; the fourth tier of seating, is now called AT-6 and will sell for $30 a seat or $240 a table; the fifth and final level, BT-13 seating sells for $25 a seat or $200 a table.

Tickets will become available for sale to those interested parties, who did not purchase tickets last year, starting Monday, July 2. There will be additional outlets for tickets sales in July, including Curves.

For additional information persons may contact Ginger Scott at 655-2333 or Jack Sutton at 720-0967.


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It appears as if the promoters of this event primarily want only the affluent of the community to attend. I might feel better about it if I knew where the "profits" were going after paying the airport the rent and food costs. I'm "assuming" the entertainment is provided by volunteers, but we all know where "assuming" gets us. Last year's cost was $15 and well worth it, with rising prices I can see adding an extra $5 this year, but $10?

-- Posted by cll on Mon, Apr 2, 2012, at 10:38 PM


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