More Seinfeld Tickets Made Available

By Nick Rupert

(WINDSOR, ON) – Due to extreme demand, Global Spectrum Facility Management has released a block of previously unavailable tickets to the upcoming Jerry Seinfeld show, set for Friday, January 23, at 7:30 pm, at the WFCU Centre.

Tickets for Jerry Seinfeld can be purchased online, by phone 1-866-969-WFCU (9328), or at the Teksavvy Box Office located at Gate 2 of the WFCU Centre.

In addition to the ticket release, Global Spectrum also announced a complimentary shuttle program in place, for the January 23 event, in conjunction with Tecumseh Mall.

Due to the high number of fans in attendance for this event, Global Spectrum suggests patrons take advantage of a free shuttle bus running from Tecumseh Mall to the WFCU Centre on the night of the show.

Fans are asked to park in the south-east parking lot at Tecumseh Mall, near East Side Mario’s, and take  the complimentary shuttle to the WFCU Centre. Shuttles will run continuously starting at 6:00 pm.

Following the event, the shuttle will pick up fans outside of Gate 4 and bring them back to the Tecumseh, lot free of charge.

“It isn’t often that Jerry Seinfeld hits the road to entertain his die hard fans, and we’re very excited to be selected for one of his premiere performances,” said Jason Toner, General Manager of Events for Global Spectrum. “With the response to ticket sales so far, we expect a packed house, which means the 1,800 free spaces in our parking lot will go quickly. To combat congestion we are offering a no-charge shuttle service to and from our partner location at Tecumseh Mall, this way fans won’t have to search for parking spaces and can get to their seats even quicker.”

For more information or to purchase tickets fans can visit online.

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