After much community interest, McMinnville’s Park Theater will start a new season pass system.
Manager Kevin Roberts said that in previous years, they didn’t feel they had enough shows to warrant a season pass system. He said with this year’s lineup, they felt they could finally provide the service.
“We want to be able to give something to people in a package deal that you don’t have to worry about calling in when tickets go on sale every time,” Roberts said. “So for six concerts, you don’t have to call in six different times and try to get the lottery of getting front row center seats.”
Roberts said that a season pass guarantees you the same seats for six designated shows. He said that each VIP Season Pass costs $150, which totals some $40 off for each show. The current six designated shows include Nashville Songwriters Night, Jeff Allen, David Nail’s Power Acoustic Concert, T.C. Cope and Friends Comedy Tour, Doug Stone and Terry McBride’s Ballads of the 90s Acoustic Concert, and Keith Anderson.
“And the nice thing is if you can’t make one of the shows it’s not a big deal,” Roberts said. “You can give your pass to a friend and they can use it. So it’s not just for you only. Or say you just like four of the six concerts and you have a friend who’d like the other two you can share the pass.”
Roberts said that tickets go on sale Monday, November 1st, and are first-come-first-serve because of limited seating. He said you can get tickets either by phone or in-person.