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TPAC holding lotteries for discounted 'Wicked' tickets

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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

The Tony Award-winning musical Wicked returns to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center this week, and you have a chance to get tickets at a steep discount.

TPAC will hold lotteries for a limited number of orchestra seats at $25 each.

The lotteries will be held 2 1/2 hours prior to each performance.

To enter, you must be at the TPAC box office at that time to get your name placed in a lottery drum.

Names will be drawn 30 minutes later.

The limit is two tickets per person and payment is cash only.

You must have a valid photo ID to enter your name and again to purchase your tickets.

Wicked runs for four weeks, March 26 to April 20.

For a full schedule of performance times, visit http://www.tpac.org/.

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