"The Tom Coleman Story"
Premieres April 22, 2017 at 3pm
Richard G. Hardy Performing Arts Center, Cambridge, Minnesota
Our online pre-sale has now ended. Tickets will be available at the door. Price $15.
We are unable to take credit cards except via our website (Paypal) so cash is preferable for all on-site purchases.
Important information for those attending the premiere
Come early! The event starts at 3.00pm on Saturday, but come early. There are no assigned seats and you’ll need to pick up your tickets at the ticket table. Doors open at 2:00pm
Address to the venue:
Richard G. Hardy Performing Arts Center
430 8th Ave. NW
Cambridge, MN 55008
To enter the Richard G. Hardy Performing Arts Center, please use the main entrance for Cambridge-Isanti High School. The main entrance is the entrance which is closest to three flag poles which one can see from anywhere in the parking lots. Also the main entrance is the only entrance with the words "Cambridge-Isanti High School" above the doors. Do not use any other entrances to get to the Performing Arts Center.
Pre-purchased tickets can be picked up at the ticket table at the entrance. Those of you who are located in the Cambridge area can also pick up your tickets at the Coleman home on Thursday or Friday between 11.00am and 8:00pm.
Purchasing tickets at the door: Tickets at the door cost $15. We are unable to take credit cards except via our website (Paypal) so cash is preferable for all on-site purchases.
How long will it last? We begin with a tribute to Tom Coleman with music, interviews, film clips and a few surprises. After a short break we’ll screen the film. The entire program, including the break, will take 2.5 hours. After the program, refreshments will be served in the cafeteria.
DVD We will be selling DVDs of ”The Tom Coleman Story” after the premiere. Cost: $20 – again, please have cash. This DVD is also available for online orders here. Delivery after April 22nd.
If you have any questions please call
Stefan Quinth 907-654-9711 (available from April 20th)
Judy Peterson (Tom Coleman’s daughter) 818-433-1897
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