Nebraska volleyball spring game tickets go on sale Saturday in McCook

Tickets for the Nebraska volleyball spring game against Colorado State go on sale Saturday in McCook.

Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at the McCook Community College Graff Events Center at 401 E. M St.

Tickets cost $10 each, are limited to four per person and must be paid for with cash. They will only be sold to those age 16 and older who provide identification. Anyone 2 or older must have a ticket to watch the game. Seating is general admission only.

Tickets will be sold from the southeast ticket booth in the lobby of the Graff Events Center. The southeast doors to the building will open at 11 a.m.

Due to the large amount of people expected, the ticket line will begin on the northeast corner of the Graff Events Center parking lot. Barricades will be set up along the east side of the building to help with organization, and MCC event staff will be on site to facilitate an orderly system for entry.

In order to promote fairness and equal opportunity to all ticket buyers, saving places in line for large groups or cutting in line will not be allowed and will be monitored by college staff.

There will be absolutely no entry to the Graff Events Center before ticket sales begin. Restrooms will be available across the street in McMillen Hall from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The match is scheduled for April 20 at 1 p.m.

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