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Mile of Music ups access for VIP ticket holders

Jul. 26, 2013
 
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VIP ticket holders will get the chance to catch both Lawrence Memorial Chapel headlining shows, including the Aug. 10 performance by Rodney Crowell.

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The price will stay the same, but Mile of Music VIP tickets are now much more valuable.

Organizers for the inaugural festival set for Aug. 8-11 in downtown Appleton have altered the access given to those who purchase $99 VIP tickets. The VIP ticket holders now will have access as capacity allows to both the Aug. 9 and 10 headline shows, as well as each of the nine featured stage shows throughout the weekend and a VIP-only bonus event on Aug. 11.

The VIP tickets, as well as tickets for single headliner and feature stage shows, are on sale at www.mileofmusic.com. The two headlining performances at Lawrence Memorial Chapel — with bills topped by Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons on Aug. 9 and Rodney Crowell on Aug. 10 — are priced at $30 each and featured stage shows are $15 each.

“The VIP ticket is now much more of an all-access pass similar to what other large multi-venue festivals do around the country,” said Mile of Music co-founder and performer Cory Chisel. “Being our first year, we just didn’t know how much capacity we would reach in terms of venue interest and original artists as we got started.

“The fact that we’ve more than achieved our target goals for each means we can make that VIP ticket even more valuable as we approach the festival in a few weeks.”

VIP ticket holders also will receive additional perks, including the chance to sit in on recording sessions featuring Mile of Music artists and a souvenir Mile of Music glass from Stone Cellar Brewpub.

The four-day event, organized by Chisel and Appleton marketing executive Dave Willems, will host performances by more than 100 bands in 40-plus venues in downtown Appleton.

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