Get out your credit cards, EN, because tickets for the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy went on sale this morning. Ticket sales officially began on June 6 for sponsors of the Games, as well as members of the French equestrian community. Now spectators have a chance to secure their tickets at discounted prices, and Normandy is also offering 25 different types of passes at even steeper discounts. Click here to view the online ticket box office and purchase tickets.
In honor of the launch of ticket sales to the general public, Normandy also launched a new website for the 2014 Games today, which you can explore by clicking here. The old website had been up since 2011 with basic information about the Games, but with just nine months remaining until the competition begins, Digital Communications Manager Victor Lamm said it was time to launch a more detailed platform for spectators and competitors alike.
The website now features a lot of new content, including photos and videos from all the past years of the World Equestrian Games, photos and information about each of the Games eight disciplines, a map detailing the location of all the disciplines in the Normandy region, and tourism and accommodation information for spectators. Click here to check out the new website, and click here to buy your tickets. Go Normandy!
Note: The ticketing website seems to be going down sporadically, presumably due to heavy traffic. Keep refreshing!