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Beach Boys to play Win, er, Winkler

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IF you're looking for some Good Vibrations this summer, then you best round up some California Girls, hop into your Little Duece Coupe and Get Around to Winkler on June 16.

That's right, the City of Winkler is hosting the Beach Boys at the Parkland Stage for an outdoor concert on June 16.

"The City of Winkler is proud to host a show like this and is excited about welcoming guests from the entire province, as well as our friends to the south," said Winkler Mayor Martin Harder.

"The Beach Boys' music is fun, easy to sing-along-with and certainly multi-generational. It will be a great event enjoyed by all!"

Tickets, ranging from $45 to $150, will be going on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, March 14.

Up to 2,700 general tickets will be available for $45 each and offer rush seating. There will be 250 VIP tickets for $79, which include seating in the VIP area and there will be 50 VIP Plus tickets for $150 each, which includes one VIP ticket, free parking and a meet and greet with the Beach Boys.

Tickets can be purchased by phone (204) 325-5600. Payment must be made with credit card at the time of the phone call. Online at www.cityofwinkler.ca. At Winkler City Hall, 185 Main Street. This location accepts cash, cheque, Visa, Mastercard and debit card. (VIP Plus tickets will only be available via phone or at the ticket office.)

All ticket sales will be final with the understanding that the show will go on rain or shine.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 9, 2011 D2

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