THE CHERRYTREE POP ALTERNATIVE TOUR OUTGROWS OTTAWA VENUE!
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (October 3, 2011) – The November 16, Ottawa Civic Centre Arena appearance of the Cherrytree Pop Alternative tour featuring LMFAO, with special guests Far East Movement, and Natalia Kills, Frankmusik, Colette Carr, Kay and Rye Ryeis changing venues.
The overwhelming public demand for the tour in arenas across Canada required a much larger stage production than originally anticipated. The massive spectacle that LMFAO and guests are now bringing on the road requires a new home in Ottawa at the city’s largest arena,Scotiabank Place.
The concert date and times are NOT changing - Wednesday,November 16, doors open at 6pm and show starts at 7pm. All artists are still performing at the new venue.
All efforts are being made to give fans equivalent or superior seats at Scotiabank Place to the ones they had already purchased for the Civic Centre Arena.
Ticket holders will be contacted directly by representatives of Capital Tickets, the ticket provider at Scotiabank Place, in order to secure their seats in the new venue.
Electronic tickets will be sent out to patrons who purchased online or over the phone no later than Friday, Nov 11th.
Customers who purchased tickets for the Civic Centre performance in person at ticket outlets can come to the Scotiabank Place Box Office anytime after Wed, Nov 9th with their Ticketmaster tickets, to exchange them for tickets at the new venue.
If a ticketholder has not been contacted, or has any questions about the process, they should reach out to 613-599-FANS, the Capital Tickets customer serviceline, for assistance. For ticketholders who can’t attend the show at Scotiabank Place, refunds are available via Ticketmaster at point of purchase until Thursday, November 10th.
Tickets for the Scotiabank Place show are on sale as of 4pm today (Thursday, November 3) via Capital Tickets at www.CapitalTickets.ca , by phone at 613-599-FANS (3267) or 1-877-788-FANS (3267), in person at “The Sens Store” at Rideau Centre and Place d’Orleans, any Ottawa “Sport Experts” location and at the Scotiabank Place box office