UW Varsity Band coming to Clintonville
Clintonville Lions, Rotary hosting concert
Tickets for the University of Wisconsin Varsity Band show scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. in the Clintonville High School Field House will go on sale Monday, Nov. 30.
Advance sale ticket prices are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and youth (age 18 and under), and $8 for general admission bleacher and floor folding chair seating. Premium “up close and personal” floor folding chair seats will also be available for $20, $17, and $15. A limited number of reserved deluxe front row padded seat tickets for $30 will also be available.
Handicap seating is also available. Ticket prices will be the same as those for general admission, and those buying such tickets should indicate their need at the time of purchase.
All available tickets sold at the door will be $5 more for each type of ticket. Early purchase of tickets is encouraged.
Tickets can be purchased in Clintonville at B&H Fashionwear, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Clintonville High School office; in Shawano at Charlie’s Market; in Marion at The Marion Advertiser; and in Wittenberg at the Wittenberg Enterprise & Birnamwood News. The reserved deluxe front row seats can only be purchased in Clintonville at B&H Fashionwear.
Tickets are also available for purchase online at uwbandshowclintonville.eventbrite.com.
Those purchasing online will need to print out a receipt with a confirmation number and show it at the will-call table on the day of the show to receive their ticket(s).
“Consider purchasing tickets as a great stocking stuffer or Christmas gift,” said Lion Lowell Easley, chairperson of the joint Lions and Rotary committee planning for the show. “The opportunity for an up close and intimate experience with the best collegiate band in the country will make a great Christmas present.”
Any questions about ticket purchasing can be directed to Easley. He can be contacted by phone at 715-250-0199 or by email at [email protected]
The show is being hosted by the Clintonville Lions and Rotary clubs.
Profits from hosting the UW Band will be used by the Clintonville Lions and Rotary clubs to fund their community service projects. Projects for the Lions include handicap ramp construction, vision screening, donation towards the Gordon Noren Skate Park, and the senior banquet. Rotary projects include the youth exchange program, third grade dictionaries, student-of-the-week recognition, and eighth grade breakfast.
The Clintonville Lions and Rotary Entertainment Events Facebook page will be updated with the latest information about the event.