Tanglewood tickets on sale Thursday at box office
Clarence Fanto reports in The Berkshire Eagle that the Tanglewood concert venue in Massachusetts is getting around Ticketmaster's monopoly a bit by starting to sell their summer series concert tickets between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. March 9, 10, and 11. “We really wanted to give people in the Berkshires a fair chance and nice opportunity to buy tickets without going online if they don’t want to,” said the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Director of Patron Experiences Amy Aldrich. “There’s something kind of fun to come down to Tanglewood when there’s still snow on the ground and you’re already thinking about summer!” A show with Robert Plant and Alison Krauss are among the concerts there this summer. The local box office won't be selling tickets again until June 10. Read more about this story in The Berkshire Eagle.