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May 15, 2012

Artpark releases Tuesday, Wednesday concert schedules

Tuesdays in the Park no longer free

LEWISTON — While it's not free anymore, Artpark's Tuesday in the Park concert series offers a little something for everyone this year.

Among the acts are Sheryl Crow, Sublime, Heart, Yes and Huey Lewis & The News.

The 12 week series features the best in classic and contemporary rock and in a new format, the Tuesday concerts will require a general admission ticket to access the newly renovated outdoor amphitheater. Tuesday concert tickets go on sale Saturday May 19 at 10am will be $5 in advance, $10 week of the concert (Sunday-Tuesday ticket purchases), with select Tuesday concerts ticketed at $10 in advance and $15 week of the concert (Sunday-Tuesday ticket purchases). 

Artpark will offer ‘front of stage’ priority tickets again for each concert event: $25 (standing room only). A “Season Package” will be available for $80 for all 12 Tuesday concerts and can be purchased in person or by calling the Artpark Box Office. Tuesday concert tickets will be limited, and will be available in advance at the Artpark Box Office Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm, by phone at 754-4375 or 1-888-223-6000, and online at tickets.com and artpark.net. Note: phone and online ticket orders are subject to $1.75 handling fee per ticket. Handling fee will be waived on tickets purchased in person at the Artpark Box Office.

 

First Niagara presents Tuesday in the Park

Featured Act Sponsor Miller Lite

All concerts are rain or shine and start at 6:30pm

June 19                  Kansas

June 26                  Foreigner

July 3                     Huey Lewis & The News

July 10                   Sublime with Rome**

July 17                   YES with very special guests Procol Harum

July 24                   Heart**

July 31                   Steve Miller Band**

August 7                Peter Frampton

August 14             Sheryl Crow**

August 21             Roger Hodgson the legendary voice of Supertramp

August 28             The Machine performs Pink Floyd

September 4        The Charlie Daniels Band

Tickets are $5 in advance/$10 week of show (Sunday-Tuesday)

**Tickets are $10 in advance/ $15 week of show (Sunday-Tuesday)

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