PKI SpiritSong Question

Sunday, April 3, 2005 6:13 PM
Our youth group is going to SONG SPIRIT at PKI in July, first is it usually super packed for those 3 days? Second, do you have to have different tickets for the concerts or is it that your in the park you can see the shows? I am taking my little one but don't think I'm gonna take her to the concerts, and I can get a great deal on a two day anytime ticket but wasn't sure about the concert part of it and how it worked. Thanks I couldn't find any specifics on the website.
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Sunday, April 3, 2005 6:23 PM
Give the park a call. They can tell you MUCH better than we can.
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Sunday, April 3, 2005 7:10 PM
The park is like any other day the the concert is on. Yes there is seperate tickets to go to the show, call to find out if they are offering a combo deal. 1-800-288-0808
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Sunday, April 3, 2005 10:29 PM
I believe when you buy a ticket to the concert, that ticket also lets you in the park. I believe Saturday the park is the busiest. Expect a lot of people for the night shows. I might go to Spirit Song this year since I didn't go last year because of work.
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Sunday, April 3, 2005 10:59 PM
A couple things:

First I don't know if you aware if it, but basically if you buy one one day ticket, you get the second day free. That might help you out.

Secondly, Sat. are CRAZY after 1pm I found I can pretty much hit almost every roller coaster on a Warm Sat. If I get their when the park opens, hit the low capacity rides (Face Off, Drop Zone, everything over there, etc.) Then work clockwise around the park. Buy the time I wind up around Nickelodeon area it's around one and all the parents were able to pack up the little ones, and get them and their families to the park (and bigger families.) This is all unlike CP in which the park is packed right at opening usually.

Lastly, while I don't know about Spirit, I can tell you it the park has been really packed with MANY buses and what not for Chearleading competition, and Michael W. Smith.

None the less PKI is always fun and enjoy your trip, need anything else just let me know!

*** Edited 4/4/2005 3:00:14 AM UTC by RollerCoasterGod***

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Monday, April 4, 2005 9:55 PM
They typically schedule most of the harder rock acts during the mid-afternoon and very early evening,(everybody from the up and coming bands to Toby Mac and Skillet). But as the evening goes on, they get more mass-crowd friendly. Meaning artists like Mercy Me, Casting Crowns, Michael W. Smith, and Third Day will pack out Timberwolf, while many younger youth head for the night rides on the coasters.

BUT, being that Timberwolf's entrances are in the Paramount Action Zone that part of the park is a total mess all three days because of the festival and the ride appeal.

This is just my opinion however. I'm not slamming Spiritsong, heck, it's one of the best festivals I've been too, and is continually seen as one of the best in the midwest. I just wonder why PKI hasn't tried moving some of the concerts to make-shift stages like other festivals I've been to...it sure may help with the congestion in Action Zone.

You do have to have a special Spiritsong ticket, (concerts are NOT free with reg. park admission). Usually they sell them as 1-day, 2-day, or 3-day passes in the form of color-coded bracelets. It usually only tacks on an extra $10.00 to a 1-day ticket...very reasonable, to me. *** Edited 4/5/2005 1:57:19 AM UTC by Chadley***

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