Family Four-Pack to The Fresh Beat Band at Ralston Arena on January 26th
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Don't miss your chance to catch The Fresh Beat Band live at Ralston Arena!Popular preschool music group and stars of the hit Nickelodeon TV series, The Fresh Beat Band is coming to Omaha. This deal is for a family four-pack of reserved seat tickets to see the show. Bring mom, dad, the kids, friends or grandkids.
The concert features the fun-loving band -- Shout, Twist, Marina and Kiki -- performing on stage at the new family-friendly Ralston Arena at 72nd & Q on Sunday, Jan. 26, at 5 pm. Ticket price includes all applicable service charges and free parking.
The Fresh Beat Band debuted in 2009 and has built an amazing fan base with bouncy, wholesome hit songs like “Here We Go,” “A Friend Like You” and “Just Like a Rockstar.”
The show is perfect for children 2-5 years old who are invited to dance and sing along to the lively on stage performance that includes synchronized dancing, giant video screens and blizzards of confetti.
- Must redeem with voucher at the box office by phone or in person to be assigned seating
- Excludes Box Seats & offer may be redeemed day after "Daily Deal" ends
- Starting Jan 8, 2014, please call the Ralston Arena Box Office at 402-934-6291 or go to www.RalstonArena.com to purchase your seats in advance. Order early for best seating.
- No refunds, exchanges or cash value
- Best available seats
- You can also go the box office the night of the show & MUST PRESENT VOUCHER AT THAT TIME. NO EXCEPTIONS.
About Exceptional Artists
Backed as ever by the amazing Celtic Thunder Band, Celtic Thunder will deliver the best of their much loved ensemble numbers with selections from their nine Public Television shows, including “Heartland” (Celtic Thunder -The Show), “Galway Girl” and “Seven Drunken Nights” (Voyage), “A Place in The Choir” (Heritage) and “Take Me Home” (Take Me Home.) No Celtic Thunder show would be complete without a performance of their rousing anthems “Caledonia” and of course, “Ireland’s Call”, which never fails to bring the audience to its feet.