Party On, GTP! Community Tix Go On Sale March 2

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Community tickets will go on sale Monday, March 2 for the fifth annual Greenwich Town Party (GTP), the all-day family music festival planned for Saturday, May 23 from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park. Held annually on the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend, the GTP brings multiple generations of Greenwich residents together to celebrate town pride and the spirit of giving through live music, local food favorites, and fun family activities.

On March 2, Community Tickets, which cost $80 and provide general admission to the event, will be available for purchase on the GTP website at greenwichtownparty.org.

In order to purchase tickets, one must be a Greenwich resident, Greenwich business owner, or employee. These tickets have historically sold out in a matter of minutes, so organizers recommend purchasing tickets promptly.  All ticket levels will be available for purchase on a first-come, first-serve basis on the GTP website. No tickets will be sold at Town Hall.

Neighbor Tickets, which cost $250 each, are available now on the GTP web site, greenwichtownparty.org. These tickets provide access to a designated Neighborhood Area with wine, beer and snacks and designated parking.

Sponsor Packages for individuals and businesses are also available now on the web site, greenwichtownparty.org
. Starting at $1,250, these packages provide access to the Sponsor Tent with catered food and beverages throughout the day and evening and premier parking in the Island Beach lot.

The headliners will be announced in February. To sign up for email updates about the GTP, please visit greenwichtownparty.org
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About the Greenwich Town Party
Sponsored by the Greenwich Town Party, Inc., a non-profit organization qualifying as a public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, the party is a volunteer-supported community event. The GTP is created entirely by the people of Greenwich, for the people of Greenwich. Substantial donations from town residents and local businesses provide the majority of party funding each year, allowing more people to attend.  Thanks to the continued generosity of sponsors and donors, the ticket prices have been reduced to a fraction of what they would have been for such a large event. 


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