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Limited number of reserved seats available for Saturday's Pops at the Post

By Susan Shinn
sshinn@salisburypost.com
The Salisbury Post invites you to “have a seat” next Saturday at our annual Pops at the Post concert.
The fifth-annual event takes place Saturday beginning at 8 p.m. at the Post’s loading dock in the 100 block of North Church Street.
A limited number of reserved seats are available to the public. The white chairs will be set up on Church Street in front of the Salisbury Symphony.
“This is a great way for anyone to see the symphony ‘up close and personal,’ ” says Greg Anderson, Post publisher. “We’d like anyone who wants or needs these seats to take advantage of them.”
Free tickets for the seats may be picked up at the Post’s circulation desk this week during business hours.
The seats are also available to season ticket holders of the Salisbury Symphony. If you have not yet requested your seats, please contact Linda Jones, the symphony’s executive director, at 704-637-4314.
For more information about Pops at the Post, call 704-797-4289, or see the special section in today’s paper.

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