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Sunday, April 22 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
An evening with Christopher Moore

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Reserved seating with first access to the signing line will be offered to everyone who reserves a seat with a $30 donation to UntitledTown's future events. These tickets allow you to pick your seat for the event as well as have access to the author signing line. You can make the special $30 donation through this link only, which will allow you to select your seats and receive the special access to the author signing line.

To reserve your seat and make the special $30 donation per person, use this link.

Free tickets are also available through the general admission ticket reservation link. These tickets will offer general admission to the venue in first come, first served seating. Because the author signing time is limited, there is no guarantee that everyone with a general admission ticket will be able to talk to the author and/or have a book signed.

Everyone who enters the venue (whether with a free ticket or a reserved seating ticket) must have with them the print off of their ticket or the mobile version of the ticket on their smartphone. Attendees who do not have a ticket will be allowed to enter five minutes before curtain time. For this reason, we recommend that you are seated no later than ten minutes before curtain time.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
We recommend that all audience members are ages 12 and over. There will be a concessions area with alcoholic beverages available to those of legal drinking age.

Why do I need a ticket for this event?

We expect record crowds for this popular author and as such we need to manage first come, first served ticketing to ensure that we have enough seating to accommodate everyone. We are managing this by asking you to claim your tickets through this system and bring the ticket (either in print out or on your smartphone) to the door to show that you have reserved your space. Attendees who do not have tickets will be allowed to enter the venue if space allows approximately five minutes before the event starts. Because of this, we recommend that you plan to be seated at least ten minutes before the event begins.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking is available on the street and at the West High School parking lot.

Will I be able to have my book signed if I have a free ticket?
The author is able to sign a small number of books for approximately 45 minutes after the reading. The author will at most be able to sign 300 books during that time. This venue seats 1250 people, so we will be prioritizing the book signings to the people who have made a donation to UntitledTown for a reserved seat in the front of the venue. The author will sign as many books as he can during his signing time, but obviously will not be able to sign a book for all 1250 people in 45 minutes -- if an autograph is important to you, we highly recommend reserving a seat at the very budget friendly price of $30 per person through this link.

What can I bring into the event?

You may bring your own books to be signed, as well as snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. There will be a concessions stand offering a variety of beverages including alcoholic cocktails, beer and wine. Additionally there will be a small number of books available for purchase from The Reader's Loft on premises but you are not required to buy a book.

Flash photography and recording is not permitted.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
We will be happy to answer questions through our website -- check there for answers first!


 

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Christopher Moore

Christopher Moore is the author of fifteen novels, including the international bestsellers, Lamb, A Dirty Job and You Suck. His lastest novel, Secondhand Souls, will be released in August 2015.Chris was born in Toledo, Ohio and grew up in Mansfield, Ohio. His father was a highway patrolman and his mother sold major appliances at a department store. He attended Ohio State University and Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara... Read More →


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