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Celebration Offers Four-Night Box Seat Combo



Celebration begins its 2010 walking horse pageantry on Wednesday, Aug. 25, with a Celebration day performance and the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ & Exhibitors’ Association National Futurity beginning at 5:30 p.m. The Celebration is making a special effort to encourage the community to purchase tickets. The Celebration is offering a four-night box seat combination (six seats) for the first Saturday night (Aug. 28) and includes the three championship nights of Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 2, 3, and 4.

 “Many people want box seats but are unable to purchase a box for the entire Celebration. This four-night combination will allow our fans an opportunity to purchase box seats for the Celebration,” says Carolyn Reed, Ticket Office Manager for the Celebration. This offering is for 2010 only.

Four-night box seat combination prices are as follows:
 
 Rows E-H - $400
 Rows I-N - $300
 Rows LL-OO - $260
 Rows M-P - $300 (East Side)
 Rows Q-T - $260 (East Side)
 
In addition, the Celebration is offering a three-night reserved seat combination for $60 per seat. A book of tickets for ALL nights is $105 per seat. For more information call 931-684-5915.

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