Big Top Giving Away Free Tickets to Tribal Members for "An Ojibwe Story"
The Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua would like to give out free tickets to see "Anishinaabe Dibaajimowin: An Ojibwe Story" on any one of three evenings: June 24th, 25th, or September 16th.
Tribal Members can simply call the box office to order tickets. The tickets are free and once you call to order, they will be put in will-call and they’ll be waiting at the front gate when you arrive to see the show.
Big Top has 50 free tickets available, and it's on a first-come first-served basis. The Box Office phone number is (715) 373-5552. Tell them you saw it here in the LCO News.
The Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua is a 900-seat music venue and performing arts center, located near Bayfield, Wisconsin. It is an all-canvas tent-theater which has operated since 1986, primarily during the summer, and has hosted such entertainers as Willie Nelson and Lyle Lovett.
In the image below is more information on the Ojibwe Story.