Post by Chief Luzano on Jul 9, 2009 9:10:38 GMT -6
So I am planning on bringing my son along to attend this show (I would just buy the tickets online but im not 100% sure) and rumor has it that there's quite the line for tickets at the gate and some people get turned away. Can you recommend the best time for me to show to secure a ticket?
Chief, your info is correct. The lines usually begin forming about 5:00-5:15 for 6:30 opening...Your best bet is to buy online at www.dreamwavewrestling.com. If you prefer walk up, as long as you are at the building by 5:45-6:00, you should be ok.
Last Edit: Jul 9, 2009 9:42:15 GMT -6 by DREAMWAVE
Post by Jessi Virtusio on Jul 16, 2009 14:25:43 GMT -6
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