The Malik Report
by George Malik on 08/09/11 at 04:43 PM ET
Red Wings fans who aren’t able to attend the team’s prospect tournament and training camp in Traverse City will receive quite the consolation prize, per DetroitRedWings.com’s Rick Bouwness:
RED WINGS 2011 HOCKEYFEST TICKETS NOW ON SALE … Fun-Filled Event Scheduled to Take Place September 10 at Joe Louis Arena …
Detroit, MI… HockeyFest returns to Joe Louis Arena with a vengeance on Saturday, September 10 (11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.), providing Red Wings fans with an unforgettable day of hockey-related activities as well as the chance to meet their favorite players. Tickets to this family-friendly event are now on sale, with general admission adult tickets priced at $25 apiece and kids (12 & under) tickets available for $15 each.
In addition to an all-day autograph session featuring members of the 2011-12 Red Wings and your favorite Hockeytown alumni, this year’s HockeyFest will be highlighted by several interactive fun zones, an exclusive tour of the Red Wings’ locker room, photo opportunities with Detroit’s 2008 Stanley Cup banner and the official JLA Zamboni, Q&A sessions with players, staff, and alumni, a live DJ, a historical memorabilia exhibition and contests/prizes galore. Fans wishing to acquire a general admission ticket to HockeyFest are invited visit the JLA Box Office (313-396-7575) or any Ticketmaster (800-745-3000) location. Tickets can also be obtained by logging on to DetroitRedWings.com.
A limited number (50) of exclusive Gold Tickets designed specifically for the professional collector are also available for this event at a cost of $500 apiece. Gold Ticket holders are guaranteed to be able to have two (2) items signed by every player in attendance at HockeyFest.
Additional information, including a schedule of player autographs and main stage appearances, will be announced in the upcoming weeks. For further details and the latest updates on HockeyFest, visit DetroitRedWings.com.
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