As a new service for parents and fans attending the 2014 World Championships, the World Class Semi-Finals held at the University of Dayton Arena will now utilize reserved seating admission. Attendance for this competition has continued to grow through the years, reaching a point where a reserved seat setting is now desirable.
“With the ever-increasing number of spectators for semi-finals both weekends and finals continuing to sell out, creating reserved seating provides more service to our ticket customers and options for their championship weekend plans,” said WGI Executive Director Ron Nankervis. “These semi-finals shows are too large now to accommodate general admission seating so we hope this will be a good solution to providing fans with the best possible experience this year.”
Also previously announced, the Percussion World Class will include semi-finals rounds for the first time this year. Click here to read more about the new percussion competition schedule.
This reserved seat admission “UD ticket” will also include access to watch other rounds of competition that day being held at different venues as it has in the past. Spectators planning on attending A or Open Class Semi-Final events can purchase general admission tickets at the door for those events.
Make your plans now to attend the 2014 WGI World Championships. Click here for more information.
Both weekends of World Championship competition set attendance records last year. It is expected that both weekends World Class Finals event will reach sell-out status. Make sure you take this early opportunity to grab the seats you want in some of the most premium seating sections!