VenuWorks Announces Box Office Sponsor Partner and New Hours
(Jefferson City, MO) – VenuWorks today announced they have entered into a new multi-year sponsorship
agreement for the Box Office at the Capital Region MU Health Care Amphitheater. Effective immediately,
the amphitheater box office will be known as the Hawthorn Bank Box Office at Capital Region MU Health
Care Amphitheater. The Hawthorn Bank Box Office and administrative offices will be located on-site of the
amphitheater at Ellis-Porter Riverside Park in the newly renovated Riverside Manor at 1505 Riverside Drive,
“In banking, it’s all about offering lots of delivery channels – branches, ATMs, mobile and online banking –
so people can bank the way that’s easiest for them,” commented Greg Bexten, Regional President of
Hawthorn Bank. “While ordering online is certainly convenient, it may not be for everyone. That’s why we
are pleased to be the sponsor of the ticket office, so patrons can get their tickets the way they want to.”
“We are so pleased to welcome Hawthorn Bank as our box office sponsor at the amphitheater,” said Lynn
Cannon, Executive Director of CRMU Amphitheater. “Hawthorn Bank is an integral part of our community
and their support of the amphitheater will help us provide the variety of programming this area deserves.
Buying tickets to amphitheater shows at the Hawthorn Bank Box Office at Riverside Manor will also save
fans from having to pay any additional service fees, which I know has been a long sought-after
Hawthorn Bank Box Office regular hours will be Tuesday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. On
weekend days when there is an event, the box office will open two hours before the gates open.
The CRMU Amphitheater season will open on Friday, April 22nd with Food Truck Friday kicking things off
from 5 – 8 p.m. in the pool parking lot. Gates to the amphitheater will open at 6:30 pm for a fun Dope A**
Sneakers concert. Other shows coming this season include Sanctus Real: My God Is Still the Same Tour
(5/6), The Mavericks (5/7), Aaron Lewis (5/27), Live Under the Sun (5/28), Gov’t Mule (6/7), Ricky Skaggs
(6/17), and Bela Fleck Bluegrass Happening (6/21).