The annual Pleasantville Music Festival is still months away — July 8 to be exact — but reservations for its highly coveted Tent City spaces go live on March 11.
The tents ring the outside of the music festival space and offer concert goers a place to kick back and listen to the music or relax between shows.
The tent spaces are sold through the Pleasantville Recreation Center Office and will be on sale from 8 a.m. until noon at the recreation center, 48 Marble Ave, Pleasantville. After March 11, the office is open weekdays from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Prices for tent spaces — concert goers supply their own tents — range from $75 for front row, $60 for second row, to $50 for all other rows. A minimum of two festival tickets must be purchased at the current price level. If tickets have already been purchased, proof of purchase must be supplied. Spaces are cash or check only. No credit cards will be accepted. Currently, advance ticket prices are $40 per adult ticket and $28 for students (12-21) and seniors 65 and over.
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