Concert At Rob Roy, 2006!
One of Wayne's favorite
shows of the year is coming up again. He started out in the Chicago area so he
loves to get back there and perform. He's got lots of new things to do at this
show, and he'll be signing copies of his new book, "Thirty Years Without A Real
Job." There are always old friends and family in
the audience and you can be sure they'll be clamoring for a healthy
dose of Wayne Classics.
The last several Rob Roy shows have sold out so
ORDER YOUR TICKETS EARLY!
Saturday, November 11th,
Rob Roy Country Club
505 E Camp McDonald Rd
Prospect Heights, Illinois
Tickets are now available right here at
Picklehead for $10 each. And you can use a credit card to get 'em.
Click on the following link to ORDER TICKETS.
Make sure to enter all the correct info - especially your e-mail address, just in case the venue gets changed at the last minute. Your tickets will be mailed to you right away, along with a cool, little map with directions to the hall.
NOTE: Tickets ordered after November 4th will be held at the door and marked 'PAID.'
Tickets will be available for walk-ups the night of the show if there are still seats open.
To check on availability of last-minute tickets,
leave a message at 1-800-PICKLE-9 or e-mail email@example.com
To order tickets by mail, send a check or money order to:
PO Box 2211
Evergreen, CO 80437
Make sure to specify that it's for the Wayne Faust Rob Roy Show 2006, and tell us how many tickets you want.
Your tickets will be mailed to you right away, along with a cool, little map with directions to the hall.
This will be a NO-SMOKING show, meaning you can't smoke in the hall. There is, however, a nice sliding door to an outside deck where you can smoke if you need to. Seating is not reserved, but is on a first-come-first-serve basis. However, buying a ticket guarantees you a seat to the show. All seats have a good view of the stage.
Doors open at 7:30 PM.
For more info, leave a message at
1-800-PICKLE-9 and someone will get back to you.
Or, send us an e-mail by clicking here.
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