Lawn seating available for concert |

Lawn seating available for concert


BRECKENRIDGE – Tickets to the free National Repertory Orchestra concert Monday at the Riverwalk Center went fast once they became available on June 22, but a lawn full of seating is still available on the day of the July Fourth show.Event coordinator Vanessa Flaherty said the concert was ticketed this year for seating in the tent in order to allow patrons the opportunity to no longer have to vie for seats on the day of the concert.Four tickets per person were given out on a first-come, first-serve basis, she said.The show is at 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge. Speakers will be placed at the back of the tent for the audience on the lawn.”The lawn always has such a great atmosphere,” Flaherty said. “There are thousands of people with blankets and picnics and kids playing. It’s so much fun.”

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