AEG launches Early Bird Ticket program today

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Today, AEG kicked off its Early Bird Ticket program where folks can save some bucks by buying the concert tickets the weekend they go on sale. The deals are being offered for select shows at the Bluebird Theater and Ogden Theatre, and there are no service fees for cash purchases at either venue's box offices.

The Ogden's box office is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and both box offices are, of course, open any night there is a show. The Early Bird Ticket offer is good from the day the tickets go on sale until that Sunday at midnight. See a rundown of participating shows on sale this weekend after the jump.

Spoon - Ogden Theatre - Monday and Tuesday, April 5 and 6 (limited amount of $20 Early Bird seats available today only)
The Swayback (video release) - Bluebird Theater - Friday, February 26
Yamn - Bluebird Theater - Friday, March 12
40 oz. to Freedom - Bluebird Theater - Thursday, March 18
RJD2 - Bluebird Theater - Friday, April 2
Afroman - Bluebird Theater - Tuesday, April 6
Reckless Kelly - Bluebird Theater - Thursday, April 29

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