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Ticketmaster outlet now at Kelowna Visitor Centre

Kelowna Visitor Centre Becomes Official Ticketmaster Location

Canucks game tickets, Kelowna theatre and entertainment options, and other hot-tickets will be available for purchase at the new official Ticketmaster location for Kelowna, opening Wednesday, Oct. 16 at the Kelowna Visitor Centre, 544 Harvey Ave.

“Often, customers would prefer to buy tickets in person and have the ticket stub in their hands rather than buying something online that they have to print off,” explains Chris Lewis, Visitor Centre sales & services manager. “That’s why it’s great news that Canada’s largest authorized ticketing agent has another official location in Kelowna.”

This new Kelowna location joins 250 other official Ticketmaster locations throughout Canada, selling tickets to more than 350,000 events in over 500 venues across the country each year. You can also buy tickets to a range of shows in Kelowna through Ticketmaster, including tickets to the upcoming Craig Ferguson show on Oct. 24 at the Kelowna Community Theatre.

Other Kelowna events that are selling tickets through Ticketmaster are available on this link.

The Kelowna Visitor Centre is open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come in and purchase your Ticketmaster events tickets from the friendly and knowledgeable staff. Starting November, winter hours will be Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Tourism Kelowna is the official not-for-profit tourism industry association, marketing Kelowna as a tourism destination. In partnership with over 300 businesses, Tourism Kelowna generates tourism demand through strategic sales, marketing and visitor servicing to fulfill its mandate to increase overnight visitation and economic impact of tourism within Kelowna and area.

 

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