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Winnipeggers can win the chance to buy $25 tickets to see the touring production of Wicked.

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Winnipeggers can win the chance to buy $25 tickets to see the touring production of Wicked.

The touring production of the popular stage musical Wicked, running Aug. 20-30 at the Centennial Concert Hall, will hold a lottery before each performance for a limited number of orchestra seats available for $25 cash.

Two hours before curtain time, wannabe Wicked-goers must present themselves at the concert hall box office and have their names placed in a lottery drum. A half-hour later, names will be drawn and each person can then buy up to two tickets for $25 each.

The lottery is available only in person at the box office and each participant must have a valid photo ID when submitting their entry form, and if chosen, when purchasing tickets.

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Updated on Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at 12:59 PM CDT: updates art

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