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3/10/04

Tight Security at Aerosmith Concert

Almost 15,000 fans will pack the United Spirit Arena on Thursday night to watch Cheap Trick and Aerosmith. The long awaited concert sold out in less than two days. The band will begin setting up Wednesday night for the big show, and if you were fortunate enough to get tickets officials at the United Spirit Arena say a few items are prohibited inside the arena night.

  • Non-Disposable Cameras
  • Flash Photography
  • Video/Audio Recording Devices
  • Weapons
  • Glass or Can Containers
  • Large Purses or Backpacks
  • Fireworks
  • Noise Makers
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Outside Food and Beverage
  • Tobacco Products of Any Kind

Officials say expect plenty of security for the show. "Security for the concert will be your basic security precautions. There will be a guest search before guests enter the building and we asked for folks cooperation with that. That's really it's past of the protection of the artist it's also for the protection for folks at the concert," says Associate Director of the United Spirit Arena, Dan Burns.

Doors open Wednesday night at 6 p.m. Parking is free but get here early to find a good spot and time to go through security.

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