VAIL, Colorado - Private reserve passes for the Wilco concert on Dec. 15, part of the Vail Snow Daze celebration, have sold out. Vail Snow Daze also includes concerts from Michael Franti & Spearhead on Dec. 14 and The Shins with special guest Divine Fits on Dec. 13.General admission tickets for individual shows are available for all concerts, ranging from $29.50 to $39.50. General admission three-concert passes, which will give holders access to the general admission area at all three Vail Snow Daze concerts, are on sale for $99. Private reserve passes for The Shins on Dec. 13 and Michael Franti & Spearhead on Dec. 14 are available for $110 to $125. A very limited number of private reserve three-concert passes remain and are on sale for $279. Private reserve passes give holders access to preferred viewing of the stage in Ford Park, complimentary food and complimentary alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages. Tickets for Vail Snow Daze are on sale online at www.vail.com/snowdaze or in person at the Vail Village Information Center on top of the Vail Village parking structure. Ticket prices will increase after Dec. 11.Founded in 1962, Vail will celebrate its 50th anniversary throughout the 2012-13 winter season and into the summer of 2013 with a series of events, parties, concerts and more. Vail Snow Daze 2012 is part of this special celebration. In addition to the headliner concerts, Vail Snow Daze will include events that celebrate Vail's 50th anniversary. On the evening of Dec. 14, guests are invited to attend the premiere of a full-length documentary film about Vail's rich history at the Vail Mountain Marriott Resort. Tickets for the film premiere are free, but a limited quantity is available. Visit www.vail.com/snowdaze to reserve film premiere tickets, which are available now. On Dec. 15, Vail will officially celebrate its 50th year with a birthday party in Mountain Plaza. This birthday celebration will feature appearances from Vail dignitaries and original founders, a fireworks show and more. Admission to the birthday celebration is free and open to the public. Visit www.vail.com/snowdaze for more details on these events.For more information on Vail Snow Daze, including the full schedule of events and ticketing information, visit www.vail.com/snowdaze.
Private reserve passes are sold out for Wilco, part of Vail Snow Daze
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