Tuesday, February 17, 2009

B.B. King Offers Discounts to Folks Feeling the Economy's Punch

I'm just going to give this Good News to you, straight from the horse's mouth (so to speak):
Can’t count on a stimulus package? Going to be awhile before you get your tax return back? Present proof of unemployment (a copy of your latest unemployment check, government issued card, pink slip, job referral letter, etc) along with a picture ID to our box office and we'll take 50% off the price of tickets to evening shows* at B.B. King Blues Club for the month of February and March!

Even though you've lost your job, you can still see:
· ... soul and Broadway superstar ANGIE STONE on February 17 for only $15!
· ... bluegrass legend RALPH STANLEY on February 18 for only $15!
· … timeless funk master GEORGE CLINTON on February 26 for only $21!
· … classic rock balladeer CHRISTOPHER CROSS on March 4 for only $18!
· … celebrity comedienne PAULA POUNDSTONE on March 6 for only $19!
· … hip hop superstars PUBLIC ENEMY on March 15 for only $15!
· … seventies R&B groovers AVERAGE WHITE BAND on March 19 for only $14!
· … jazz upstarts VICTOR WOOTEN and JD BLAIR on March 25 for only $15!
· … the original lineup for BONE THUGS-N-HARMONY on March 31 for only $18!
· … and many more!

And because times are tough all over, we’re offering discount tickets to one and all for select shows in February and March. Visit http://www.ticketmaster.com/promo/kk85tm to get half off tickets for:
· DR. K’S 50 YEAR MOTOWN REVUE on February 23
· BUCKWHEAT ZYDECO on February 28
· Superharp Blues Legend JAMES COTTON on March 26·
. Tributes to RADIOHEAD on March 6, SLY STONE on March 16 and ELTON JOHN on March 29
· And many more!

Sometimes you've got to sing the blues, but you shouldn't have to break the bank to do it.

*Promotion excludes Saturday and Sunday weekly brunch shows and Valentine's Day; maximum of two tickets per person; fifty half-price tickets available per performance; offer only valid in person at our box office, open 11am to 1am seven days a week.

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