Half-price Riverfest tickets now on-sale | Rock Candy

Monday, April 6, 2009

Half-price Riverfest tickets now on-sale

Posted By on Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 1:49 PM

At participating Affiliated Foods and Big Red Stores, including Cranford's Fresh, City Market and Harvest Foods. For $12.50.

See a complete list of participating stores here.

P.S.: Loved reading, in Linda Caillouet's "Paper Trails" column today in the Dem-Gaz about the lady from Monticello, who drove 100 miles to Little Rock on Friday to pick up  advance tickets and left empty handed because they weren't yet fully available as advertised. For shame. Because, you know, it totally makes sense to drive 200 miles (round trip) to save $12.50 (or even $12.50 multiplied by the size of the lady's family). Especially on the first day of sales for a festival that last year accommodated more than 250,000.

Thanks for being a voice of the people, Paper Trails.

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