Tue, Jul 17, 2012 | by TJ JuskiewiczShare
Day Pass and Non-Rider Wristband Application
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Though you can no longer purchase day passes online, day passes are currently still available for each day ($25 each day – cash or check) and can be purchased on a first come, first served basis at the following locations throughout the week of RAGBRAI:
If you plan to purchase a day pass for the next day, please visit one of our RAGBRAI Information and Merchandise trailers from 1 p.m. – 8 p.m. at one of the following locations:
Sioux Center – RAGBRAI Expo / All Seasons Center
Cherokee – Cherokee City Hall and Downtown – 4th and Main
Lake View – Speaker Park and Downtown – 4th and Vine
Webster City – Webster City City Hall and Downtown – 2nd and Des Moines
Marshalltown – Riverview Park and Downtown – 1st and Main
Cedar Rapids – Downtown – Concert venue – 2nd Ave and 3rd Ave bridges
(You will need concert ticket or wristband to enter concert area)
Anamosa – Downtown – Main St.
If you plan to purchase a day pass the morning of the day that you plan to ride, please visit our RAGBRAI baggage truck from 5 a.m – 7:30 a.m. at one of the following locations:
Sioux Center – baseball diamonds north of All Seasons Center
Cherokee – Washington High School
Lake View – Speaker Park
Webster City – West Twin Park
Marshalltown – Riverview Park
Cedar Rapids – Ellis Park
Anamosa – Strawberry Hill Elementary
Please note that weeklong wristbands and vehicle passes are completely sold out.
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