Bakersfield, Calif. - The Bakersfield Condors, host of the 2011 ECHL All-Star Classic and ECHL affiliate of the Minnesota Wild, announced that individual tickets for the All-Star Classic officially go on sale to the public this Friday, Nov. 26. The Rabobank Arena box office opens at 10 a.m. Tickets may also be purchased by calling the Condors office at (661) 324-PUCK(7825) or through Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000.
The All-Star Classic and Skills Competition take place on Wednesday, Jan. 26. The box office will be selling tickets to the game and skills competition, which have been combined into one event at Rabobank Arena. Ticket prices range from $10 to $27.
Fans can save money on All-Star Game tickets by putting together a group of 20 or more, with group pricing available to save up to $5 per ticket, depending on seating level selection.
Friday’s on-sale date also serves as a deadline for season ticket holders to take advantage of their current status to purchase additional tickets to the ECHL All-Star Classic for friends and family, in nearby available seating locations, and also receive group ticket pricing for putting together a group of 10 or more seats, instead of the typical 20 that a group outing requires.
For non-season ticket holders, the All-Star 4-Pack is your best chance to get prime seats for both the All-Star Classic and this Saturday’s Teddy Bear Toss game, as well as any two more games of your choosing. The All-Star 4-Packs start at just $31. To reserve your mini-plan, contact the Condors at 661-324-PUCK(7825). While purchasing an All-Star 4-Pack allows you to select your seat for each game, once the individual tickets go on sale, the availability of seating locations cannot be guaranteed.
“While you’re already out on Friday doing the whole Christmas shopping routine, swing by the box office,” said Condors President Matthew Riley. “All-Star Game tickets make perfect stocking stuffers!”
More details will come on the All-Star Fan Fest, which takes place the night before the All-Star Game, on Jan. 25. Meanwhile, tickets are on sale now for the Hall of Fame Hall of FameLuncheon, to be held the afternoon of Jan. 26. The ECHL last week announced that the 2011 inductees for the ECHL Hall of Fame are Richard Adams, Phil Berger, Luke Curtin and Joe Ernst. The four will be formally inducted as the fourth class of the ECHL Hall of Fame at a luncheon ceremony at the Bakersfield Marriott at the Convention Center.