Tickets still available for nightly bass shows

Bryce Forbes

With less two days to go until the kick-off for the nighttime entertainment portion of “Bass Week,” there still are tickets available.
“The ticket sales are going well, but there are still quite a few left,” said FFCBC director Anthony Mason.
“People can still come out and buy them,” he noted.
The three-night spectacle begins with the annual “Quest for the Best” talent show on Thursday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Mason said tickets are still available for $15 each, or he has a few tables of eight left at $150.
Meanwhile, the public has until Thursday to take advantage of the $50 weekend all-access pass to the shows on Friday and Saturday night.
Mason said there has been a change of times for the Friday night show, with Canadian country star George Canyon starting the evening off at 9 p.m.
Julian Austin then will close the night.
“The ticket sales for the Friday night is going quite well,” Mason noted. “I don’t know the exact numbers, but they are pretty high.
“There are [only] a few tickets left.”
There also has been a change for Saturday night, with “Pushing Daisies” taking the stage at 9 p.m. at the Ice For Kids Arena, followed by “A is A.”
“[Ticket sales] are going well enough, [but] they could be going better,” Mason admitted.
“I just want people to come through the doors,” he stressed.
Tickets are available at the Chamber office, Sight & Sound, Safeway, and Northwoods Gallery & Gifts, and Cloverleaf in Emo.