Monday, December 3, 2007

Music City Bowl Tickets Sold Out, But Some Available

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The few remaining tickets for the Cats return trip to the Music City Bowl in Nashville were snatched up by fans soon after the bowl bid was announced, University of Kentucky officials said.

"They went virtually instantly," media relations director Tony Neely said.

The university's allotment of 27,000 tickets were bought by season ticket holders before the bowl bid was even announced. About 500 individual tickets were available at Sunday evening but they were quickly sold out.

Face value for the tickets range from $15 to $70.

UK will play the Florida State Seminoles at 4 p.m. Dec. 31.

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The game will be played at LP Field, home of the NFL's Tennessee Titans. It has a capacity of 69,000.

Stadium parking passes must be purchased in advance. Regular parking costs $15, and parking for recreational vehicles costs $50. Parking passes cannot be purchased on game day.

Music City Bowl officials are expecting 50,000 visitors from Kentucky and Florida State.

The 2006 Music City Bowl, in which Kentucky defeated Clemson, had the seventh highest attendance among the 32 bowls at 68,024.

The university received an allotment of 24,000 tickets last year. University officials estimate another 26,000 UK fans bought tickets separately.


Although tickets at the school were sold out, Music City Bowl Tickets were available at online auctions.

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