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I have my 2 step tickets at will call, and I was wondering if I could go pick them up this coming week before the event starts? I live in Reno, so it wouldn't be too far of a drive. Would this be worth it? Thanks!
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Q: What do I need to do to pick up my Will Call tickets?
A: Will Call tickets can be picked up at the event Box Office from 6pm Sunday August 26th - Saturday September 1st 2012. The Box Office CLOSES AT NOON ON SATURDAY 9/01/12 - NO TICKETS CAN BE PICKED UP AFTER THAT TIME. You MUST have a valid form of photo ID (state issued photo ID card, military ID, or current passport). No tickets will be released without the required identification. No refunds will be issued for unclaimed tickets.
If you are arriving earlier than 6pm Sunday August 26th, you must have EARLY ARRIVAL APPROVAL. Early arrivals are for artists, theme camps and general volunteers that are working with a specific department. Your Burning Man infrastructure contact person can advise you on how to get approved. Please do not email the ticket office to inquire about early arrival admittance."
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Why?OldSoulYoungBody wrote:I have my 2 step tickets at will call, and I was wondering if I could go pick them up this coming week before the event starts? I live in Reno, so it wouldn't be too far of a drive. Would this be worth it? Thanks!
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