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July 1, 2016

The Fremont Tour Launches Its Sixth Season This Summer

Kirby Lindsay Laney

This summer, on Sundays, if you are seeking a fun way to frolic through Fremont – and maybe show visiting friends and family a good time – consider joining The Fremont Tour.  The weekly, 80-minute program begins in Solstice Plaza (behind the J.P. Patches statue,) at 1p, with advance tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

At The Fremont Tour, expect the unexpected with random acts of street theater.  Photo provided by Mark Ukelson, & The Fremont Tour.

At The Fremont Tour, expect the unexpected with random acts of street theater. Photo provided by Mark Ukelson, & The Fremont Tour.

The Fremont Tour mission, according to founder Mark Ukelson, is to ‘encourage people to find their playfulness through art and history.’  The Tour roams among the legendary public art of Fremont, sharing stories and engaging in moments of improvisational street theater.  One special feature of The Fremont Tour is the rare viewing it offers of the Fremont Rocket lifting-off.

Find all sorts of surprises, at The Fremont Tour.  Photo provided by Mark Ukelson, & The Fremont Tour

Find all sorts of surprises, at The Fremont Tour. Photo provided by Mark Ukelson, & The Fremont Tour

Tour prices are $20 for mature (but playful) adults; $16 for somewhat serious seniors & students; and free admission for children under 10 (or older than 90.)   Purchase tickets, and get more information, through Brown Paper Tickets.

 


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