Tickets For Girl Scout Celebration On Sale Now

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STATE–Tickets are on sale nationwide for The “Believe In Girls” (B.I.G.) Celebration, a day-long event culminating in an evening concert featuring Grammy nominated artist and celebrity judge on the hit show “The Sing Off,” Sara Bareilles and pop star Joe Jonas of the band The Jonas Brothers.

The event will take place on June 23, 2012, starting at 1 p.m. at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, and will also include a daytime performance from “The X Factor” finalist, Rachel Crow, a fireworks display, and 100 activities. The B.I.G. Celebration is presented by the Girl Scout Councils of New Jersey and is open to all girls nationwide and their parents/ guardians, even if they are not currently involved in Girl Scouting.

Tickets are available online at Participants who purchase tickets before Feb. 29 will receive an early access pass granting them entry to the event one hour early. The first 15,000 people to purchase tickets will receive a free cinch sack bag. The $89.50 per ticket price covers the cost of entry, all daytime performances, the evening concert, on-site activities and parking.

“The name of this event perfectly describes what this day is all about, and that’s believing in girls and doing it in a big way,” said Mary Connell, CEO of Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey. “With so many activities and the exciting entertainment program featuring a main stage performance by singer-song writer Sara Bareilles, we know that every girl will remember this experience for her lifetime.”

The B.I.G. Celebration is presented by the Girl Scout Councils of New Jersey and commemorates the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting and its mission to empower girls and instill them with courage, confidence and character. For a full list of program activities at the B.I.G. Celebration, visit

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