Free tickets available for Ontario guitar performance
The Malheur Enterprise teams up with Four Rivers Cultural Center to offer 20 free tickets for Hiroya Tsukamoto's concert Saturday night at the center. Let us treat you to a first-rate performance.
Famous artist Hiroya Tsukamoto will be in town Saturday night and the Malheur Enterprise and Four Rivers Cultural Center have teamed up to give away 20 free tickets. (The Enterprise/File).
ONTARIO - What about some free entertainment Saturday night for you and your family?
The Malheur Enterprise has teamed up with Four Rivers Cultural Center for a ticket give-away for a terrific performance Saturday.
If you like guitar or banjo music or just like good music, we have 20 tickets available for Hiroya Tsukamoto, a world-class performer. This kind of talent doesn't come to Malheur County often.
To claim your free tickets -- limit four -- come by the Enterprise office during business hours Thursday or Friday. We're in downtown Vale at 293 Washington St. W.
Let us treat you to a fun night out.
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