Those interested in seeing Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel speak at Kent State University are running out of time.
Tickets for Wiesel's presentation in April went on sale this morning and already thousands of tickets have been sold.
Kent State spokesperson Bob Burford said 3,000 tickets for Wiesel's April 11 appearance at the MACC were sold in less than three hours this morning.
"Those interested should not wait too long," Burford said.
The MACC has a capacity of more than 6,000 depending on seating arrangements.
Tickets are $50 for preferred seating, $20 for general admission, $15 for group tickets of 10 or more, and $10 for Kent State faculty and staff (one ticket at $10, then additional tickets at the general admission price).
Tickets for Wiesel's appearance at Kent State are on sale online via www.kent.edu/ElieWiesel.
There are 1,500 free tickets available to Kent State students (one ticket per student) on a first-come basis. After the first 1,500 free tickets are gone, Kent State students pay $10 for one ticket and the general admission price for additional tickets.