Platinum and Gold seat tickets go on sale November 8th, 2015 at 12:00 Noon
PLATINUM SEAT TICKET INFO
Very limited at $500.00
You must call George for these tickets.
GOLD SEAT TICKET INFO
Ticket price $280.00
Friday night show case tickets – $60.00
You must first call the numbers on the gold ticket order form to select your seats, and then follow the directions for payment.
REGULAR SEAT TICKET INFO
Regular Seat tickets go on sale Friday, February 19th, 2016 at 12:00 noon thru the Majestic Theater Box Office. Only combination weekend tickets for Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be available for sale at the total ticket price of $221.00. This price includes taxes & fees including historical tax.
For credit card purchases, add an additional $2.00 per ticket.
Regular seat tickets may only be purchased on the Majestic Theater website or through the box office by calling (717) 337-8200, or in person at 25 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg, PA during box office hours (Sunday: 3-7:30PM, Monday-Saturday: 12 noon-7:30PM).
Disclaimer: All ticket policies and pricing are RoSfest policies, not the Majestic Theater. If you have any questions, please contact Krista at email@example.com
RoSfest is in its 13th year and will be taking place May 6th, 7th, and 8th, 2016.
Majestic Theater website – http://www.gettysburgmajestic.org/ and click BUY TICKET Tab and scroll down to the show to purchase tickets.
This is the direct link for purchasing regular tickets. This link will go live when tickets go on sale.
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Valdez and Lines in the Sky signed for ROSfest 2018!
We are pleased to announce that Valdez and Lines in the Sky will perform at the 2018 edition of the Rites of Spring festival. And in the spirit of being progressive, we have booked both bands to perform at the opening slot on Sunday. In 2018, our faithful can look forward to two "sermons" on Sunday morning.
Valdez is a quartet based out of Philadelphia in the US, featuring the talents of singer and guitarist Simon Godfrey (Tinyfish, Shineback), bassist Tom Hyatt (Echolyn), keyboardist Joe Cardillo (Cold Blue Electric) and drummer Scott Miller (Stone Jack Baller). They released their debut album "This" just after ROSfest 2017, and have a new album in the pipeline.
Lines in the Sky are based out of Nashville, and was formed back in 2011, and consists of Jesse Brock (vocals, guitars), Bowman Brock (drums, percussion) and Ben McAnelly (bass). They have two albums to their name so far, "Hilasterion" (2014) and "Parallel Travel" (2016), and their third album "Beacon" is just about ready to be launched.
Both bands will have a 45 minutes long set, with a 10 minute long break in between bands so that the crew can prepare the stage and equipment for the second band. And as we are talking about Sunday morning, we rather suspect that a slight break in between bands might be a welcome feature for those in the crowd that have been a bit too festive the night before.
This is the first time we have given the “Church of Prog” slot to two bands to share. Both of them are stellar up-and-coming bands, hence this novel solution for booking both of them. We look forward to enjoying both of their performances. Of course, both bands will appear at the signing table after the concert.
We are pleased to announce that Valdez and Lines in the Sky will perform at the 2018 edition of the Rites of Spring festival. And in the spirit of being progressive, we have booked both bands to perform at the opening slot on Sunday. In 2018, our faithful can look forward to two "sermons" on Sunday?...
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