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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | August 14, 1992
Attention, former Blast season ticket holders: If you haven't heard from the new National Professional Soccer League team in town, it's because the Spirit doesn't know who you are.Owner Bill Stealey said yesterday that the Spirit offices have been getting calls from former Blast ticket holders asking about season renewal forms. Stealey, who has had conversations with Ed Hale, owner of the Blast's name and season-ticket list, has not been able to reach agreement on the purchase of the list.
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Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2014
Amid mounting fan frenzy, the Orioles began cashing in this summer on the team's runaway success. Capitalizing on the expected demand for postseason tickets this year, the team pitched 2015 season ticket plans with the opportunity to buy seats for October baseball at Camden Yards. The pitch proved successful. And as the Orioles continued to win, sweeping the Detroit Tigers in the American League Division Series, team officials expanded the program, offering more guaranteed games for buyers of larger season ticket packages.
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SPORTS
By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1997
About 80 percent of Ravens season-ticket holders from last season have taken the plunge and bought seat licenses and tickets for the new downtown stadium scheduled to open for the 1998 season.The team has informally extended its deadline for its 18,328 current season-ticket holders, who were supposed to have had their deposits in by Dec. 18. The team has received renewals from about 16,000 of those customers, representing more than 45,000 of the current 56,000 season tickets.The team began calling the remaining customers yesterday.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | October 30, 2013
A Maryland-based company whose zombie-themed 5K races spread across the country in recent years has abruptly canceled all events, leaving scores of angry and disappointed ticket-holders wondering what happened. "It is with great sadness that we are notifying you that the Run For Your Lives event you have purchased a ticket for has been canceled," read emails sent Wednesday. Races had been scheduled for Saturday in Arizona and Nov. 16 in Clermont, Fla. Tickets for this weekend's Arizona race had been priced at $35 to $97. On social media, some disappointed participants said they had planned trips around the events.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 23, 2003
Nov. 1 is the deadline for ticket holders to two Annapolis Symphony Orchestra performances canceled because of Tropical Storm Isabel to exchange their tickets for other classic series performances this season. Power outages forced the orchestra to cancel concerts Sept. 19 and 20 that were to feature Daniel Hege, music director of New York's Syracuse Symphony, and the Perlman-Schmidt-Bailey Trio. "The hurricane presented a very unique set of circumstances where we had, in fact, incurred the majority of our expenses, and yet could not present the concerts due to a power failure beyond our control," board Chairman Hunter F. Calloway and Executive Director R. Lee Streby wrote in an Oct. 21 letter to the community.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | August 14, 1992
Attention former Blast season ticket holders, if you haven't heard from the new National Professional Soccer League team in town, it's because the Spirit doesn't know who you are.Owner Bill Stealey said yesterday that the Spirit offices have been getting calls from former Blast ticket holders asking about season renewal forms. Stealey, who has had conversations with Ed Hale, owner of the Blast's name and season-ticket list, has not been able to reach agreement on the purchase of the list.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Kevin Langbaum and Mike Preston and Kevin Langbaum,SUN STAFF | August 2, 1996
Now that the NFL has officially returned to Baltimore, Ravens owner Art Modell plans to follow through on the slogan from the 1993 expansion campaign and "Give Baltimore The Ball."Two fans were selected at random to receive game balls before tomorrow night's exhibition opener against the Philadelphia Eagles. The fans will accept the balls from Modell and his family on behalf of Baltimore, team spokesman Kevin Byrne said.Mark D'Anna, 35, of Perry Hall was selected from among the season ticket holders.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sara Marsh and Sara Marsh,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 6, 1997
Where do you find cavorting clowns, ponderous pachyderms, leaping lions, terrifying tigers, amazing acrobats and jolly jugglers all under one roof? Anyone who has ever experienced "The Greatest Show On Earth" knows the answer -- Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.The 126th edition of the ever-changing show for all ages rolls into Baltimore next week for a 12-day run, starting March 12. Circus officials promise a spectacular series of 19 performances that will astound audiences with the amazing feats of a variety of animals and artist/athletes, including Airiana the Human Arrow, who flies with the aid of the world's largest crossbow.
FEATURES
July 24, 1992
Tonight's Lisa Stansfield concert at Pier Six Concert Pavilion has been canceled, organizers said last night. Ms. Stansfield's lead guitarist had a massive coronary and is hospitalized. Further information to ticket holders will be available today.
SPORTS
August 9, 1994
The Bowie Baysox will make special provisions to accommodate all ticket holders and 12-pack ticket buyers during next month's Eastern League playoffs, the team announced yesterday.The Baysox will issue tickets for all playoff games to season-ticket holders and partial-plan holders at no additional fee. In addition, all unused 12-pack tickets will be honored during home playoff games this season and during April 1995 at no additional cost.The first playoff game at Prince George's County Stadium is scheduled for Sept.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2013
The Orioles will be mailing out invoices for postseason tickets to all season-ticket holders on Friday. The club is 5½ games out of the AL East lead and 3½ games behind the second AL wild-card spot entering Wednesday night's game against the Rays. But this it usually the time major league teams send out invoices for playoff tickets in order to provide enough lead time to process orders, said Greg Bader, the Orioles' vice president of communications and marketing. Season-ticket holders can guarantee seats for all 11 possible home playoff games (four World Series games, four league championship series games and either three division series games or one wild-card game and two division series games)
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By Daniel Gallen and The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2013
Orioles manager Buck Showalter and executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette addressed season-ticket holders before Saturday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays in the annual State of the Orioles address at Camden Yards. Sitting atop the visitors' dugout, Showalter and Duquette answered a variety of questions, ranging from the future of Triple-A Norfolk outfielder Henry Urrutia to the chance of the Orioles dealing for a front-line starter before the July 31 nonwaiver trade deadline to the likelihood of a salary cap in Major League Baseball.
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2013
No one has won the Powerball jackpot since February so there is a roll over jackpot of $320 million up for grabs. The unofficial winning numbers drawn Saturday night were 17, 29, 31, 52 and 53. The Powerball was 31. Drawing results are pending. Meanwhile a winning ticket for last weekend's draw worth $1 million that was sold at the Thunderhead Bowl and Grill in Taneytown is still floating around. Lottery officials say winners have 182 days to come forward to claim their prize. Another $1 million ticket was sold last week at a Dundalk Giant and has since been turned in. iduncan@baltsun.com twitter.com/iduncan
NEWS
March 22, 2013
Monday, March 25 Photo club The Digital Photography Club of Annapolis meets at 7 p.m. at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase St. in Annapolis. John Kelly presents "Creating Photo Books. " Information: 410-267-0461 or digitalphotoclub.nethttp://digitalphotoclub.net. Thursday, March 28 Rotary Club The Annapolis Rotary Club meets at noon at the Annapolis Yacht Club, 2 Compromise St. Information: 410-956-7672. Friday, March 29 Lecture Tutor Mark Sinnett will deliver a lecture, "What Does the Mathematical Physicist Know?"
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2013
Fresh off their second Super Bowl title, the Ravens will raise ticket prices at M&T Bank Stadium for the 2013-14 season, their first increase in four years and their sixth since their downtown stadium opened in 1998. When season ticket holders get their renewal letters this week, they'll see an average increase of 10 percent per ticket in the seating bowl area, according to Kevin Byrne, the Ravens senior vice president for public and community relations. That does not include club or suite level seats, which will likely see a smaller increase from last season.
NEWS
By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | January 18, 2013
In a decision that could have implications for how show and sports tickets are sold in Baltimore, the state's highest court ruled Friday that service fees charged by Ticketmaster amount to scalping — setting up the possibility that people who attended some events might ultimately be eligible for refunds. The ruling, which stems from a class action lawsuit brought in federal court in 2011, relies on an obscure 1948 Baltimore ordinance rushed through the City Council to curb scalping of Navy football tickets.
SPORTS
By Bill Free | May 4, 1991
Full-season Baltimore Orioles ticket holders have been given the first opportunity to purchase four additional tickets to the Oct. 4 (Friday night) and Oct. 5 (Saturday afternoon) games of the final regular-season weekend series in the 38-year history of Memorial Stadium.The full-season ticket holders can choose either four upper reserved seats or four lower-deck general admission seats for the two games.The Friday night game will feature what Orioles officials say will be the greatest display of fireworks seen at Memorial Stadium.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2012
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Orioles informed their season ticket holders Thursday by email that they will not be raising plan prices in 2013. An Orioles official confirmed the correspondence was sent, telling holders of 81-game, 29-game and 13-game plans that their prices would remain the same, marking the fifth straight season that prices won't rise. Season ticket prices range from as low as $9 to $48 a game. Individual game ticket prices haven't been announced and usually are not until January.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2012
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Orioles informed their season ticket holders Thursday by email that they will not be raising plan prices in 2013. An Orioles official confirmed the correspondence was sent, telling holders of 81-game, 29-game and 13-game plans that their prices would remain the same, marking the fifth straight season that prices won't rise. Season ticket prices range from as low as $9 to $48 a game. Individual game ticket prices haven't been announced and usually are not until January.
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2012
Tickets for a potential divisional tie-breaker Thursday between the Orioles and New York Yankees will go on sale Tuesday on Orioles.com, the club announced. Tickets will first be available to season ticket holders between 10 a.m. and noon at a discount rate applicable only during that time window. Between noon and 2 p.m., tie-breaker tickets will become available to fans in the MASN viewing area, which includes Maryland, Virginia, Washington and parts of North Carolina, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
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