June 21, 2018
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Waterfront Concerts, bank announce advance ticket opportunities for bank customers

BREWER —  Waterfront Concerts announced on April 15 an exclusive arrangement with Machias Savings Bank by which the bank’s customers will have access to tickets before tickets are available to the general public.

“We have already announced some big shows this year, but there is more to come,” said Alex Gray, president of Waterfront Concerts. “And because of sponsors like Machias Savings Bank coming on board and realizing the appeal of the Waterfront Concert Series at the Darling’s Pavilion, we are able to bring bigger shows to the Bangor Waterfront … like the top-tier shows that have already been announced — Toby Keith, Sting, Phish and Kenny Chesney.”

To access advance sale tickets, the bank’s customers may use their Machias Savings Bank credit or debit cards to make the purchase. There will be no need for special codes or coupons.

“We will be providing Machias Savings Bank ATM machines this year both near the box office and near the concessions at the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion for the convenience of all concert-goers who might need a little extra cash for souvenirs or refreshments,” said Larry Barker, president of Machias Savings Bank. “At Machias Savings Bank, we have believed for a long time that Eastern Maine is a great place for people to visit, work and play. Waterfront Concerts is another piece of the puzzle that is attracting more and more people to this part of the country — and those people keep coming back for all that we have to offer.”

Waterfront Concerts also announced the 13th show of the season — Grammy winning hip-hop icon Lil’ Wayne will perform at the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion on Tuesday, July 23. The 2013 America’s Most Wanted Tour will also bring T.I. and Future to Eastern Maine.

The first show of the Waterfront Concerts season will be Motley Crue set for Thursday, May 16.

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