January 31, 2023
The World of Musicals
February 11th, 7:00pm
Star Valley High School Auditorium
The Arts Council was recently awarded a significant grant from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund which we weren’t anticipating. This grant helps us cover a large portion of the cost of hosting The World of Musicals in our community.
As a result, we are significantly reducing the price of tickets: $20 for adults (was $25) and $7 for youth (was $15). That’s a 20% discount for adults, and more than 50% discount for youth! Lap children under age 3 are still free.
If you already purchased a ticket, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a refund and purchase the new discounted tickets. If you would like to keep your current tickets and not receive a refund you may do so and treat it as an extra “donation” to the Arts Council.
Thanks for your support, and we can’t wait to present this incredible show to you on February 11th!
March 24, 2023
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