Greenwich police are warning residents that all tickets to the annual Town Party are sold out and to beware of counterfeiters who are attempting to sell fake tickets.
Tickets to Greenwich's annual Town Party sold out in just minutes last week when partygoers found out the headliner for this year's event was iconic Grammy-winning Eric Clapton.
Police said because of that, the counterfeiters have been lurking around the secondary market attempting to sell fake tickets.
"Due to the increased popularity of the event year after year, Greenwich residents and employees who were not able to purchase tickets tend to look for another way to acquire them," said Lt. John Slusarz.
He added that the only legitimate way to purchase tickets is through greenwichtownparty.org/ tickets/ where Sponsor level tickets are still available.
"Buyers should be suspicious of ticket offerings from any other person or business, as there are those who may try to take advantage of a sold out event by selling counterfeit tickets," he said.
Anyone who tries to gain entry to the GTP with a counterfeit ticket will be turned away.
Now in its eighth year, the all-day family-friendly music festival brings multiple generations of Greenwich residents together to celebrate town pride and the spirit of giving.
Besides, Clapton, the day will be full of fun events for kids, family-friendly music and lots of great food. It's meant to bring together the town's residents to help usher in summer and to get to know each other.
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