The Milbank Area Chamber of Commerce has made buying tickets for the Lake Farley Summer Event Series country concert so much easier using a new purchasing system. Tickets for both concerts will only be sold online available by clicking here.
“We are stepping things up and streamlining the process for everyone,” stated Chamber Director Connie Larson. “This process is making it easier and faster for everyone. Within the first two hours, over 20 tickets were purchased.”
Tickets for the Lake Farley Country Concert scheduled for Friday, July 15, and featuring Craig Morgan will range from $30 to $100. Forgotten Highway will open for Craig Morgan and Mike Morgan of the Milbank Police Department will sing the National Anthem.
“There are four ticket levels this year including a new Pit Ticket,” explained Larson. “We are also rearranging the stage and seating to make things better for everyone. The stage will be set up as in years past, but a catwalk for the performers to walk into the crowd will be added.
VIP tickets are $100 each. Included in that package are: special parking, early admittance, front of stage positioning, one free meal, drink tickets, free snacks, more tables and seating, and air conditioned restrooms. The VIP area will be to one side of the catwalk.
Geared towards the younger crowd, a new Pit Ticket is $60. Reserve tickets are $45 and seats will be behind the VIP and Pit Ticket areas, but these include the bonus of being at the end of the catwalk so fans can still get a close up view of the performers. Chairs will be provided in the seated-only reserved area.
General admission tickets are $30. “Those with general admission tickets are asked to bring their own chairs,” said Larson. The general admission area will be behind the reserved seating area.
Tickets for the third annual Farley Rock Concert are also on sale at $20 per ticket. “Tickets are discounted to $15, if customers purchase tickets to both concerts,” stated Larson. Seating will be on a first come, first serve basis and fans are asked to bring their own chairs.