Published: 70 days ago
KALAMAZOO, MI— With the 36th annual world famous green ice game sold out, the Kalamazoo Wings and Wings Event Center have opened up additional standing room only tickets for the largest St. Patrick’s Day party in Kalamazoo.
Standing room only tickets are $8 each, and are available EXCLUSIVELY at the Wings Event Center box office. The box office opens tomorrow at 10 a.m. Standing room only tickets require that fans sit on the stairs in any section ABOVE row N, or find an area to stand which doesn’t obstruct the view of fans in seats.
If fans are looking to catch the game but cannot acquire tickets, they are encouraged to attend the official watch party at Old Burdick’s Wings West, where they can enjoy St. Patrick’s Day food and drink specials while watching the game.
IMPORTANT GAME DAY INFORMATION- Due to the large quantity of tickets sold, fans are recommended to arrive to the game early to avoid long backups. Doors open to the general public at 6 p.m. and the puck drops against the Indy Fuel at 7 p.m.
Please keep in mind of alternative ways to enter the parking lot of Wings Event Center. Sprinkle road will be backed up to the roundabouts, so please be aware that you can gain entry from the south by using Covington Road via both Sprinkle and Kilgore roads.
Entry to the game can be granted through doors 1 and 10 (located in the front of the building near the flag poles, door 2 (located on the south side of the building), as well as door 8 (located on the north side of the building).
Fans can enjoy $2 green beer and $5 Guinness pint cans while supplies last, and can also enjoy the specialty Corned Beef Reuben sandwiches at the concession stands.
Fans can see all the game action on each one of the TVs in the concourse, as well as in the Zamboni Bar area (located behind section 11).
Single game tickets start at just $10 all season long and can be purchased at the Wings Event Center box office or at http://kwings.com/SingleGameTickets.
Wings Event Center, owned and operated by Greenleaf Hospitality Group, is home to the minor league hockey team Kalamazoo Wings and a full entertainment venue offering concerts, sporting events, family shows and trade shows. Built in 1974, Wings Event Center values partnerships with the community to bring events and attractions that enrich the lives of residents in the Kalamazoo area.