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Save Money and Get Free Music!
Ticket prices go up Friday at midnight (EST)*. Order a ticket and we’ll send you a download code for a mixtape of 15 great mp3s by Don’t Wake Aislin, White Collar Sideshow, The Choir and other great Cornerstone 2011 artists. Don’t miss out on this last chance to save!

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*Ticket prices go up at 11:59 pm EST, Fri., June 17. Print at home tickets will continue to be available online only at gate prices until June 30. No Street Team, affiliate, or coupon codes may be used after June 17.

Official Program Now Available
There’s no need to wait until you arrive to see the Cornerstone 2011 official program. The digital version of our program is now available online. The gates open in two weeks so check it out today!

Thanks and I hope to see you soon,
John Herrin
Cornerstone Festival Director

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