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Advance rodeo tickets on sale now


Contact 1: Erin Chesnut

MARTIN, Tenn. – Advance tickets for the 50th annual University of Tennessee at Martin Spring College Rodeo, scheduled for April 12-14 at the Ned McWherter Agricultural Pavilion, are now on sale at select locations in West Tennessee and Kentucky.
Advance tickets are available for the Friday and Saturday sessions only. All Thursday night tickets are $6 apiece. Child and student tickets apply to children ages 6-12 and UT Martin students with valid Skyhawk ID cards. Children under six are always admitted free of charge.

Friday night’s advance adult ticket is on sale for $8, while child and student tickets are $6. Saturday’s admission is $10 in advance for adults and $6 for children and students. General admission adult tickets at the door are $10 for the Friday night performance and $12 for Saturday night. Child and student tickets are $7 for either night’s competition.
A weekend pass – which is good for all three performances – is also available for $20.
Fans can purchase advance tickets until April 8 at the following locations: UT Martin Boling University Center and Weakley Farmers Co-Op in Martin; A to Z Vet Supply in Dresden; Brawner’s Boots in Greenfield; Wood Communication Cellular Source in Union City; and Verizon Wireless in Fulton, Kentucky.
Rodeo fans can also purchase tickets by calling the Skyhawk Ticket Office at (731) 881-7207.


PHOTO ID: Molly Hill, a junior from Carbondale, Illinois, competes in barrel racing during the 2017 UT Martin Spring College Rodeo.

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