How to get tickets to “WICKED” at Wharton Center

By |2007-05-03T09:00:00-04:00May 3rd, 2007|Uncategorized|

EAST LANSING – Tickets to “WICKED,’ “Broadway’s biggest blockbuster,” go on sale Friday, May 4 for a limited two week run (July 11 ? 22) at Wharton Center for Performing Arts.
Due to the unprecedented demand for tickets to “WICKED,” it is likely that the East Lansing engagement will sell out in record time. Here are the only ways we suggest purchasing tickets for this engagement:

(1) Wharton Center website at;
(2) Wharton Center ticket office phone number: 1-800-wharton or 517-432-2000;
(3) Wharton Center box officeon the campus of Michigan State University.

In previous engagements, when ticket buyers have been told that performances of “WICKED” are sold out, they sometimes find that tickets are still available through third parties: ticket agencies or brokers. Tickets purchased through these sources are usually substantially more expensive than the original ticket price. Please know that we cannot prevent these agencies from buying tickets when they go on sale, and laws governing ticket brokers (and how much they can charge for tickets) vary greatly from state-to-state
There have been instances where ticket brokers have launched websites that might include the theater name and/or name of our show in order to confuse ticket buyers. The only way that patrons can be sure that they are purchasing legitimate tickets at the original ticket price is to use only the sources listed above.
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