You can get them while they're still available at the Oildorado Store
Tickets to Oildorado Days events are on sale.
The Oildorado store in the historic Pioneer Mercantile building at Fifth and Main streets is selling tickets to all of the celebration's music events, including the Christian concert at Martin Memorial Stadium, the downtown street party featuring '70s rocker Eddie Money, and the Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra concert at the Taft High School Auditorium featuring special guests Cody Bryant and the Riders of the Purple Sage.
Tickets to the Oct. 15 civic luncheon that follows the dedication of the Oilworker Monument are available now, and, according to store officials, are the hottest seller at this time.
The luncheon, which has traditionally sold out, will be held in the Oildorado Pavilion -- a huge tent that will be erected on the Rails to Trails next to the Oilworker Monument.
Oildorado Inc., has nicknamed the Rails to Trails the Oildorado Midway for the month of October.
Tickets also are available for the queen pageant, the melodrama, and the Roustabout Ball, the name given to this year's Taft Chamber of Commerce Gala.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Civic Luncheon: $30 per person
Eddie Money Street Party: $5
Christian Music Concert: $25 for field level seats, $15 for adult stadium seating and $10 for child stadium seats.
Bakersfield Symphony/Riders of the Purple Sage concert: $10
Queen Pageant: $5
Melodrama: $6 (children under 5 free)