UPDATE: As of 10:02 a.m., it appears that all the FREE tickets are gone. (They came available at 10 a.m.) Other tickets are available for purchase.
Now that Alan Jackson and Capitol Records have decided to give away half of the 6,000 tickets available for his May 20 concert at Louisa County High School, how can you get them?
As of 10 a.m. today, Mineral Mayor Pam Harlowe said there are still about 60 tickets left for purchase at the Mineral Municipal Building. The cost is $42.50 and sales are cash only. The 60 tickets remain from the town’s original allotment of 1000.
But if you want free tickets, you’ll have to wait until April 18th–Wednesday–at 10 a.m. That’s when the free tickets will be available at ticketfly.com. Ticketfly was also selling tickets to the concert, but has suspended sales. I don’t know if they have sold out, nor do I know whether the free tickets will be subject to service or shipping fees.
Free tickets will not be available at the Mineral Municipal Building or at any other outlets, so you will have to get online to snag ‘em.
If you have any questions, you can call the Town of Mineral at 540-894-5100. The Mineral Municipal Building address is 312 Mineral Ave., Mineral, VA.