Greenville County Schools changes sale of tickets to district athletic games, events

Noble Horvath

Greenville County Schools announced Friday it is changing how tickets to fall athletic events will be sold and distributed this year, due to coronavirus and the limited seating available. District representative Tim Waller said seating capacity at both indoor and outdoor venues has been reduced to approximately 15% because of […]

Greenville County Schools announced Friday it is changing how tickets to fall athletic events will be sold and distributed this year, due to coronavirus and the limited seating available.

District representative Tim Waller said seating capacity at both indoor and outdoor venues has been reduced to approximately 15% because of social distancing requirements by the state Department of Commerce and the South Carolina High School League.

Sign up for our Newsletters

As a result:

  • No tickets will be sold on Friday evenings at football stadium ticket windows
  • All game participants (both home and visitors) will have the opportunity to purchase two tickets before the event goes public

Everyone attending athletic events will be required to wear masks at all times.

Football games remain clear-bag events. Concessions will be available in prepackaged items only.

Questions regarding an event should be directed to the home school athletic office.

TOP STORIES FROM WYFF:

Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87

Mother seriously burns infant in home, charged with child abuse, police say

Human remains found in wooded area, deputies say

Upstate district suspends football games, activities at 1 high school blaming COVID-19 on team

Hundreds attend funeral for Henderson County deputy killed in line of duty

READ THE FULL STORY:Greenville County Schools changes sale of tickets to district athletic games, events

CHECK OUT WYFF:Get the latest Greenville news and weather. For live, local, late-breaking Greenville, SC, news coverage, WYFF is the place to be.

Continue Reading
Next Post

A Theme Park So Dangerous Even Donald Trump Thought It Was Nuts

Action Park—the infamous New Jersey amusement park where guests were encouraged to use life-threatening rides with sometimes deadly results—was so popular in the 1980s that even Donald Trump apparently once came to see what all the fuss was about. “Trump was chatting up these teenage employees trying to ask them […]