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Tickets still available for WCG events, some selling out

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Tickets are still available for the World Choir Games.

Most of the tickets that are still available are in the $45 and $25 price range. There are a limited number of $75 tickets left. The $150 tickets are sold out.

The Opening Ceremonies were Wednesday, July 4 at 7 p.m. at U.S. Bank Arena.

The Champions Concert on July 8, the Music of the World Celebration Concert on July 11 and the Cultural Showcase Celebration Concert on July 12 are all now sold out. The Gospel & Spiritual Celebration Concert on July 12 and the Champions Concert on July 14 are almost sold out.

Because of high demand, the Cincinnati Organizing Committee is trying to open up some limited view seating in a few of the shows that are almost sold out.

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