Tickets for the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 (WEG) are now on sale to the public.
Read the full press release from Tryon here.
Tickets are available online at www.tryon2018.com.
Tickets for the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 include the following options: a standard Day Pass, Individual Event Pass, All Session Discipline Pass, All Session Day Pass – Weekdays Only, All Games Pass – Week One, All Games Pass – Week Two, and an All Games Pass.
Tickets for the Opening Ceremonies and Closing Ceremonies will be available shortly and will be announced on the Tryon 2018 Facebook page.
Due to the high demand for ticket packages, those ticketing types will be offered first. For the first two weeks, ticket packages are going on sale first to ensure that those who want to purchase ticket packages can receive the same seats for all events. Seats will be assigned on a first come, first served basis according to the date and timestamp of the ticket purchase.
Single event ticket sales will launch in November.
On the website you can also sign up to the Tryon newsletter for all information on the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018.
The FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 will offer hundreds of thousands of equestrian and sports fans the opportunity to see the very best athletes and horses from across the globe compete for team and individual world titles in jumping, dressage, para-dressage, eventing, endurance, driving, reining and vaulting.
FEI Officials for WEG 2018
The FEI has also confirmed the list of Officials for WEG 2018 which can be found here.
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