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Sunday, June 30th, 2013
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

BMO Harris Pavilion at Summerfest

Alice Cooper rocks the BMO Harris Pavilion at Summerfest!

With special guest No Quarter (Led Zeppelin Tribute)


For the second year, “Blue Circle Seat Passes” will be offered for FREE to fans that enjoy sitting “up close” in reserved seats (first 27 rows) and under cover for opening acts and headlining performances during Summerfest.

“Blue Circle Seat Passes” will be available for each headlining show during Summerfest on a first come, first served basis. Fans have two options to secure Blue Circle Seat Passes:

Advance Online Release:
Approximately half of the best available “Blue Circle Seat Passes” for each headlining show will be available at Noon on May 9 online at Ticketmaster.com for FREE, however there is a Ticketmaster convenience fee of $5.00/pass.   Fans may receive a maximum of four (4) passes per order online.  “Blue Circle Seat Passes” will not be available at the Summerfest Box Office in advance.
Day of Show Onsite Release:
New for 2013, approximately half of the best available “Blue Circle Seat Passes” for each headlining show will be available the day of the show at the Interior Summerfest Box Office (located inside the South Gate at Henry Maier Festival Park) beginning at 2:00pm  Fans may receive a maximum of two (2) passes per person onsite.

Get more details at summerfest.com

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