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CELEBRATION OFFERS THREE-NIGHT BOX SEAT COMBINATION FOR 2012



Celebration begins its 2012 Walking Horse pageantry on Wednesday, August 22, with a Celebration day performance at 9:00 am. The Celebration® is making a special effort to encourage the community to purchase tickets.  The Celebration® is offering a three-night box seat combination to include the three championship nights of Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 30, 31 and September 1.  Many people want box seats but are unable to purchase a box for the entire Celebration.  “This three-night combination will allow our fans an opportunity to purchase box seats for The Celebration®,” says Carolyn Reed, Ticket Office Manager for The Celebration®.
 Three-night box seat combination prices are as follows:

    Rows  E-H - $350.00
    Rows I-N - $250.00
    Rows LL-OO - $200.00
    Rows M-P - $250.00 (East Side)
    Rows Q-T - $200.00 (East Side)

 In addition, The Celebration® is offering a three-night reserved seat combination for $50.00 per seat.  A book of tickets for ALL nights is $100.00 per seat.  For more information call 931-684-5915.

 The 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration® will be held August 22 through September 1 located on the historic Celebration Grounds in Shelbyville, Tennessee, and is the longest continually running annual event in the State of Tennessee. 

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