The peoria city of Franklins park and zoo have had a busy couple of weeks.
They’ve been hosting concerts and sporting events, and on Monday they announced that the tickets to see the Chicago Cubs and Chicago Fire play on a Thursday are now on sale for $20, or $35 for adults, $18 for children under six, and $15 for seniors.
The tickets are priced at $10 each, and the Chicago Park District has said that ticket prices will be $10 for adults and $20 for children.
That puts the average ticket price of $12.50 at $25.70.
(There are no adult tickets for the Cubs game, so if you’re a Cubs fan and need to watch the game, you can still get them for $10 or $15.
The Park District says you should plan ahead, though.)
The park’s ticket prices aren’t the only way to buy tickets for Chicago’s upcoming game.
For $25, you get a two-hour pass for the ballpark, which allows you to take in the ballpark and then go home to watch it on TV.
If you’re willing to spend $100 on a game ticket, you could also get an early entry into a special seating area, where seats are limited to 18.
(If you want to watch Chicago on television, that’s not allowed.)
The Peoria City Council voted to add tickets to the zoo for $15 a ticket on Tuesday, with a similar move to Chicago’s stadium coming up later in the week.
It was a decision the Peoria city council made after seeing how much it would cost to buy two tickets to watch a Cubs game.
In the end, though, the city council decided that ticket pricing wasn’t a good idea and decided that the ticket pricing was going to be more of a concession.
“If the public wants to go to the stadium, then that’s their right, and we want to support that,” Mayor Michael C. Smith said.
“But if they’re going to spend money on tickets, we can’t do that.
The city is going to continue to provide that ticket option for those who are willing to pay.”
Smith says that the city is considering moving the city’s parking lots to the park, and that the park is working with the city to figure out a solution.
It’s also planning to make parking in the park accessible by bike and pedestrian.