Grounds Pass tickets to the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games are just $20, but only until May 31. Starting June 1, Grounds Pass tickets will increase to $25.
Grounds Pass tickets allow entry to the 2010 Games for the selected day of purchase and will give spectators access to a wide range of non-competition activities at the Kentucky Horse Park venue. Activities include shopping at more than 250 Trade Show booths; sampling bourbon or listening to Bluegrass music in the Kentucky Experience; and many of the Kentucky Horse Park’s world-renowned exhibits and museums.
In addition, spectators will be entertained and educated in the Equine Village, which will present more than 40 exhibitors and some of the world’s top equine entertainment acts and clinicians, including Pat Parelli, Clinton Anderson, John Lyons, and the kid-friendly Equimania.
To provide for an affordable, family-friendly event, admission for children 12 years of age and under will be free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult.
Still have questions about the Grounds Pass ticket to the 2010 Games? Check out Grounds Pass 101: Everything You Need and Want to Know About a Grounds Pass Ticket.
For a complete list of clinicians, demonstrators breed organizations, and trade show vendors that will be participating, click here.