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Oct 14

George Strait Sells Out Five More Venues on Final Tour

George Strait Sells Out Five More Venues on Final Tour

George Strait photo by Art Streiber, courtesy of Essential Broadcast Media.

George Strait has sold out five more tour dates on the last leg of his final, two-year The Cowboy Rides Away Tour. Tickets for a number of dates went on sale October 11 with stops in Chicago, Des Moines, Iowa, Kansas City, Mo, Las Vegas and Tulsa, Okla., selling out within 30 minutes. A limited number of tickets are still available for stops in Louisville, Ky., Newark, N.J., Philadelphia, Portland, Ore. and Tacoma, Wash.

Additionally, George is auctioning off two pairs of front row seats along with meet-and-greet passes to each 2014 tour stop through a partnership with CID Entertainment. Proceeds benefit The Jenifer Strait Foundation, which focuses donations to various children’s charities, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio and St. Jude’s Ranch.

A limited number of VIP packages are available for purchase for each show. The “Ace in the Hole” package includes a ticket in the first 15 rows of the floor or lower bowl, an invitation to an exclusive pre-show party in “The King’s Tavern Lounge” with complimentary food and cash bar, a tour of “The King’s Exhibit,” a private exhibit of George Strait memorabilia, a VIP parking pass, VIP laminate, limited merchandise gift and tour poster, private merchandise shopping, and an on-site event host.

Additionally, a limited number of “The Troubadour” VIP packages are also available for purchase, which includes all perks in the “Ace in the Hole” packages as well as one front row seat and a guitar signed by George. For more information about the auctions or VIP tickets, visit www.cidentertainment.com/georgestrait.

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Posted at 11:20 am, October 14, 2013 | Permalink

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