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New Limited Access Spectator Tickets Available Today

Published on Mon, 2012-06-25 12:00
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CrossFit

Announcing new limited access spectator tickets for the 2012 Reebok CrossFit Games.

The Stadium for the 2012 Reebok CrossFit Games is completely sold out, but there is good news! After working closely with the Home Depot Center for the past two weeks, we are now able to offer a significant, but limited number of Outside Passes for fans who still want to experience the largest CrossFit community event ever. 

Outside Passes will give fans access to:
  • The Track, where teams and individuals will compete on Friday and Saturday mornings. The action will stay vivid into the evenings on a new 50-foot wide Jumbotron, and will show every heat of every individual and team event. On Sunday, the track will be opened up to allow fans to sit on the infield and watch the Jumbotron while the events take place in the main Stadium. Additional food trucks and beer gardens will be set up at the Track all weekend long.
  • The Masters Arena for live competition of all divisions of the Masters, the Teen Invitational and Wounded Warrior Exhibition.
  • Vendor Village and workout area. 
Outside Passes also give fans full access to the Vendor Village and workout area. There will be a variety of quality food trucks on-site to handle the crowds, as well as beer gardens in the vendor area and track for fans who want to keep the party going until the last workout ends each night.
 
The three-day Outside Pass is $40 and goes on sale today, Monday, June 25 at 12 p.m., PDT. Numbers are limited – only a few thousand – so act fast. There will also be a Sunday-only Outside Pass for $25, which will go on sale on Thursday, July 5 at 12 p.m., PDT. 
 
 
The 125-acre Home Depot Center is going to be packed with 11 divisions of official Games competition, exhibitions, CrossFitting vendors, a wide variety of high quality food and beer gardens, workouts, parties and more. You don't want to miss it!
 

Again, these new tickets are Outside Passes that do not provide access to the main stadiums and concourse, where some sponsor booths are located, and where events will take place on Friday and Saturday afternoons and all day Sunday.

 

 

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