Cash in Your Browns Ticket Stubs for a Free Concert

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The Akron Symphony Orchestra feels just as bad as the rest of us about the Browns abysmal record. That's why they're offering a free concert to anyone who has a Browns ticket stub from the 2015 season.

"You might as well get something for that ticket," Heather Roszczyk, Director of Marketing and PR, said in a press release. “We won’t tell anyone you used a ticket stub to get in, and you won’t have to wear that uncomfortable bag over your head.”



The offer is good for the symphony's show on Friday, Dec. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at E.J. Thomas Hall in Akron. The musicians will be joined on stage by the Akron Symphony Chorus, Gospel Meets Symphony Choir, Akron Youth Symphony Chamber Ensemble, and others. 

"For Steelers fans and everyone else, tickets start at $25.00 for adults and $12.50 for children," the press release said. They can be purchased here


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