Lyric Opera to reward 12 millionth ticket sold Oct. 11

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Here’s what might happen this Saturday night, Oct. 11, if you purchase or already purchased one or more tickets for Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” at Lyric Opera of Chicago: prizes. Several of them, in fact, but only if it’s determined that you’re the 12 millionth ticketholder in Lyric’s history, which has spanned 60 seasons.

What kind of prizes? Check ’em out:

A lifetime Lyric subscription for two

Upgraded seats for “Don Giovanni”

A live interview on WFMT-FM’s (98.7) “Operathon”

A gift bag packed with swag from Lyric’s gift shop

A gift certificate to Lyric’s in-house restaurant, the Pedersen Room

Gratis champagne and “sweets” at intermission

The winner will be announced Saturday evening before the 7:30 p.m. performance in Lyric’s grand foyer.

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