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Forest Hills Stadium Relaunches Program Offering Tickets for $19.23

Forest Hills Stadium (Photo: Queens Post)

Feb, 21, 2020 By Michael Dorgan

Forest Hills Stadium is bringing back a popular ticket program for the 2020 season that will allow patrons to gain access to shows for as little as $19.23.

The “1923 Club” season ticket program – which is named in recognition of the year the stadium opened – will allow fans to enjoy concerts at an affordable price. Club membership costs $19.23.

Members will be able to purchase up to two “limited view” tickets for $19.23. The limited view tickets are located in the grandstand–immediately to the left and right of the performance stage.

New 1923 Club membership slots went on sale Friday, Feb. 21 and are subject to availability. All those interested are advised to click here for more information.

The stadium offers a number of services and packages to enhance spectator experiences.

Packages include the $99 Golden Apple Premium Add-on, which gives ticketholders backstage lounge access to the stadium’s garden as well as early bird VIP admission and two complimentary beverages.

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Partial view for 19.23? Again if you can afford it you get the golden ring. Screw the stadium. It is overpriced for the average working person.
Maybe have a lottery for good seats at a decent price?! That would be considerate to ALL. Again screw the stadium.


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