(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
2201 George Flagg Parkway, Des Moines, IA 50321
Doors: 5:30 PMShow: 7:00 PMAll AgesORCHESTRA PIT: $99.50 (Reserved seating located in the first four rows, closest to the stage.)CENTER RESERVED: $69.50 (Reserved seating
Doors: 5:30 PM
Show: 7:00 PM
ORCHESTRA PIT: $99.50 (Reserved seating located in the first four rows, closest to the stage.)
CENTER RESERVED: $69.50 (Reserved seating located in the center of the venue.)
L-SIDE RESERVED – FRONT (LEFT SIDE RESERVED – FRONT): $59.50 (Reserved seating located on the left side of the venue, in the front half of the section.)
L-SIDE RESERVED – BACK (LEFT SIDE RESERVED – BACK): $49.50 (Reserved seating located on the left side of the venue, in the back half of the section.)
R-SIDE RESERVED – FRONT (RIGHT SIDE RESERVED – FRONT): $59.50 (Reserved seating located on the right side of the venue, in the front half of the section.)
R-SIDE RESERVED – BACK (RIGHT SIDE RESERVED – BACK): $49.50 (Reserved seating located on the right side of the venue, in the back half of the section.)
GA LAWN: $35 (General admission area located behind all reserved seating. No chairs or seating is provided, but lawn chairs and blankets are welcomed in this area!)
Tickets go on sale Friday, January 31st at 10:00 AM online at www.firstfleetconcerts.com. All ticketing options are shown on a map on our website at www.firstfleetconcerts.com. More information can be found at https://www.dsmwaterworkspark.com.
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