Friday November 27th, 2015 5:42PM

Atlanta Dream set to hold practice at Gainesville High on July 30

By staff
GAINESVILLE -- The Atlanta Dream will visit Gainesville High School on Tuesday, July 30, as part of its "Take the Show on the Road" campaign. It will be the second of five open practices at various high schools across the region by the Dream this year.

The event is open to the public and will run from 6-7:30 p.m. The event will begin with a full-team practice, and following practice fans will engage in a question and answer session as well as a team autograph session. In addition, spectators will have the opportunity to participate in contests with Dream players/coaches and win prizes.

Local businesses are invited and encouraged to sponsor kids to attend the event by paying their admission costs. Season tickets will also be available for purchase during the event.

Admission, which includes one ticket to any upcoming Dream game, is $15, unless the purchaser selects a ticket for Aug. 20 game vs. Minnesota, Sept. 2 vs. Los Angeles or Sept. 8 vs. Phoenix, in which case the admission cost is $25. For every ticket purchased, $5 goes to Gainesville High School.

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