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We maintain a high level of security for our customers. The prices listed on this site are listed in US Dollars. Tickets may be sold above or below face value. All sales are final. The inventory for sale for this event is owned and priced by independent sellers (professional, trusted brokers and authorized individuals).
If you're using a mobile device, you can buy your seats either by completing our online checkout by using your mobile browser or by calling 1-866-226-6811.
Premium seats are available as well as cheap seats. Depending on your budget and preferences, you will be able to find the right seats that meet all your criteria.
It is recommended that your shipping address matches your billing address, however, it is not required. Your order will be delivered via FedEx and a delivery signature may be required for some orders. If you prefer to decline the delivery signature, you can specify so in the special requests box on the checkout page or by calling the seller when you receive the confirmation email.
You will have peace of mind knowing that your order is fully backed with Front Row King's 125% guarantee. You are also eligible for a 100% refund if the event is canceled. View Complete Guarantee
Why Use Front Row King?
Orders are backed by a 125% guarantee and Front Row King has been a trusted ticket broker since 2005. Our prices and selection of seats are among the best online.
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