Storm Excited to Welcome Fans to Viaero Center on Sunday
Kearney, NE. - The Tri-City Storm are excited to welcome our loyal fans back to the Viaero Center on Sunday, October 25th for our Corn Cup Tournament matchup against the Omaha Lancers. The organization has received approval from the Two Rivers Health Department to host fans at the game, and a limited number of tickets are now available for purchase! The price of admission for Sunday's game is $5. Please call 308-338-8144 or visit www.StormHockey.com to purchase tickets!
The Viaero Center Box Office will be open until 5pm today, from 10am-5pm tomorrow, and beginning Sunday at 11:00am. The limited amount of tickets are available to the general public, Storm Season Ticket Holders will be welcomed to the game with no additional charge.
The following Viaero Center guidelines have been established to promote public safety and the safety of fans, staff, players, coaches, vendors, and all visitors at the Viaero Center. Masks must be worn in order to enter the building, when walking on the concourse, when standing in line at the concession stand, and when inside the restroom facilities. Once seated, masks are highly recommended but are not mandatory. If you feel sick, we ask that you do not attend. Sanitizing stations, as well as social distant floor markings are placed around the Viaero Center. Select concession stands will be open on Sunday. Outside food and drinks are not allowed in the Viaero Center.
After wins over Lincoln and Omaha, Tri-City is currently 1st place in the Corn Cup standings. Puck drop for Sunday's rivalry game against Omaha is scheduled for 4:05pm.
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