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04 October 2016  

About 20K tickets have been given out for the Tuesday Trump event. 

Trump enthusiasts are lining up to make sure they get in to the Prescott Valley Events Center on Tuesday. They are so excited, in fact, that they are willing to brave the expected cold temperatures to camp out in their chairs with blankets overnight. 

Why? The answer seems to be clear - they want an up-close view of the man they think will make America great again. 

In the meantime, they aren’t the only ones preparing for the Trump Rally tomorrow. Folks at the Prescott Valley Events Center are setting up stages and chairs and areas for absurd numbers of media personnel from all over the country. 

Prescott Valley Police are working on the security of the event which includes road closures, massive crowd control and ensuring that any protestors remain peaceful. (Yes, there are likely to be protestors.)

Here is the latest information:

Q. What time does the event start?

A. It starts at 2 PM, but doors open at 11 AM.

Q. How many tickets were given out?

A. Approximately 20,000

Q. How many will fit into the Prescott Valley Events Center?

A. 7500

Q. What about everyone else?

A. There will be a video jumbotron outside for overflow crowds.

Q. Which streets are closed?

A. Glassford Hill, Florentine Road, Main Street and Lake Valley Road. See the map below.

 

Q. What about parking?

A. You can access parking on Sundog Road.

Q. Is there handicap parking?

A. Yes. In the parking lot on the side of the building. There will also be a handicap drop-off area.

Q. Will there be t-shirts or hats available to purchase? 

A. Yes, and much more, including buttons, flags and lots of memorabilia. Some vendors will be inside, others outside. 

Q. Can I bring in food or water bottles?

A. No. But, there will be food and water available for purchase inside the Events Center.

Q. Are there restrictions on what I can bring?

A. These items are not permitted: Homemade signs, banners, professional cameras with detachable lens, tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, back packs or large bags. 

Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Founder and Editor of the eNewsAZ Network of websites. She asks a lot of questions! In her spare time, she loves photography, cooking and hanging out with her family.

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