In order to clear up some confusion about the ticket notification process, please use this information as the official guideline on the way the process works. There are posts on Facebook and other group chats that are not accurate, and we want to make sure everyone is on the same page.
To Subscribe to the Notification List, perform these steps(if you subscribed already, please DO NOT do it a second time)
Send an email to email@example.com
In the SUBJECT line of the email, enter the word 'Subscribe'
Do not put anything else in the subject line of the email
In the body of the email, put your name and phone number
Do not put anything else in the body of the email
When a ticket becomes available, everyone on the list is going to get an email, and it's going to explicitly say how many tickets are available, and in which Area of the Fairgrounds. If you're not familiar with the Areas, consult the MAP.
When you see the email, and you know that you have met all the conditions for that Area(Length, Handicap, etc), you need to go to EventBrite and purchase that ticket. There is also a link included in the notification email that will take you to EventBrite. The purchase process is exactly the same as it was on April 1st, first-come, first-served. If you're not sure how that works, it is explained in great detail on the Registration page on the website. This includes a video and a document explaining the process.
There are no other communications that occur when the ticket becomes available, just the email to all subscribers.
You cannot get on the list if you already have a ticket, and once you secure a ticket, you will be automatically removed from the list.
The tickets go FAST! There are hundreds of people on the notification list, so remember that any ticket is not going to last long once the notification goes out.
Tickets may become available at any time.
During this time of the year, there will be very few tickets becoming available. As we get closer to the event, that MAY change, however, we have no control over how many folks decide to change their plans prior to the event.
Good luck and safe travels!