Valdosta Daily Times

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January 8, 2010

Wild Adventures reserved concert seats on sale Jan. 15

Reserved concert seats for confirmed concerts scheduled at Wild Adventures will go on sale Friday, Jan. 15 beginning at 10 a.m. Premium reserved seats will be available for purchase online, by phone or at the park during regular business hours. Festival seating and concert admission is included with park entry to regular ticket and Season Pass holders. $10 concert tickets do not include admission to the park.

Concerts On Sale January 15

— Lynyrd Skynyrd, March 13

— George Thorogood & Los Lonely Boys, March 20

— Jeremy Camp, April 10

— REO Speedwagon & STYX, April 17

— Chicago, May 15

— Rodney Atkins, May 22

— David Crowder Band, May 29

— Steven Curtis Chapman, June 12

— Tye Tribbett & Kirk Franklin, June 19

— Third Day, September 25

Ten more concerts will be announced prior to the park's opening, Saturday March 6. Wild Adventures will host a total of 20 concerts for the 2010 park season.

The 2010 park season will also offer three new rides, and new shows.

Purchase a 2010 Season Pass to discover the fun all year long, including concerts, festivals and shows. 2010 Regular and Gold Passes are available for purchase online, by phone or at the park. Currently, Wild Adventures Season Passes are $59.99 or $79.99 for Gold Season Passes which include free parking, Adventure Quest miniature golf, Adventure Raceway go-karts and discounts on food and merchandise throughout the park. Season pass prices will increase Spring 2010.

More information: Visit www.wildadventures.com; or call 229-219-7080.

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