Stevie Wonder tickets for teachers stolen
Hundreds of concert tickets intended for D.C. public school teachers to see Stevie Wonder perform have been stolen, according to WTOP radio.
The concert, which was arranged by the Pollin family for their employees and the charity groups the family supports, is scheduled for Wednesday night at the Verizon Center. D.C. Public Schools were given 1,500 tickets and a password to retrieve them from a Ticketmaster website.
But someone got hold of the email and passed it around. There is no way to track or cancel the stolen tickets.
Washington Post editors
| May 24, 2010; 5:53 PM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, DC | Tags: abe pollin, stevie wonder, ticketmaster, tickets, verizon center
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