Red Wanting Blue's Third Annual Holiday Bash Coming to the Goodyear Theater on Dec. 28

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COURTESY OF THE ELEVATION GROUP
  • Courtesy of the Elevation Group
The Goodyear Theater will host the third annual Red Wanting Blue Holiday Bash at 8 p.m. on Saturday, December 28. Some “very special guests” will join the Columbus-based band for the gig.

Deluxe VIP tickets include two tickets in the first ten (10) rows, one hotel room at the adjacent Hilton Garden Inn, two passes to the "Hangover Breakfast" with the band, a post-breakfast meet and greet with the band that includes a special acoustic performance for two cost $350.



The not-as-deluxe VIP tickets that include one ticket in the first 15 rows, one pass to the "Hangover Breakfast" with Red Wanting Blue, a post-breakfast meet and greet with the band that includes a special acoustic performance for two, and a signed poster will set you back $150.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow (use the promo code GOODYEAR).



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