You know what makes a super stocking stuffer? Tickets to the 2020 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event (April 23-26, 2020) and Kentucky CSI3* Invitational Grand Prix (April 25, after cross country)! And now is the time to snatch them as early bird prices expire today.
Ticket options include single-day, three-day (Fri-Sat-Sun) and four-day general admissions, as well as group sales, hospitality packages, cross country tailgating packages, and glamping. You can also go ahead and reserve your headsets as well as purchase programs and preferred parking. Fans will get the best seats at the best prices if they order early.
First-ever #LRK3DE ornament! It would go G-R-E-A-T with tickets! Just sayin’ 😃 Get the ornament at https://t.co/rF1FwS2uA5 and tickets at https://t.co/JNII7iVsWd #BestWeekendAllYear pic.twitter.com/ZXGrwM8DMd
— Land Rover Kentucky (@KyThreeDayEvent) December 2, 2019
Boom, Christmas shopping done.
“Now is the time to make plans to be part of the country’s premier equestrian event,” said Mike Cooper, president of the board of Equestrian Events, Inc. (EEI), producer of both events. “Interest is sure to be at an all-time high in this Olympic year and I urge everyone to buy their tickets as soon as they go on sale!”
All grounds admission tickets include general parking and admission to the Kentucky Horse Park and International Trade Fair, but do not include access to the competition in the Rolex Stadium. Reserved grandstand seating is sold separately from grounds admission.
Sure, we still have a few months of pesky winter to suffer through, but in our hearts it’s already springtime in Kentucky and the birds are singing and the four-star horses are galloping past. For eventers who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, nine out of 10 doctors surveyed recommend purchasing Kentucky tickets in advance to hang on your fridge as a reminder that April is just around the corner.