Some Greenwich residents dying to see Hall and Oates, John Fogerty and Tedeschi Trucks Band may have missed their shot.

General admission tickets for the much-anticipated annual Greenwich Town Party sold out in 22 minutes when they went on sale Feb. 2. Those tickets sold for $85 each, $20 for seniors.

Children’s tickets have also sold out. Although children under 12 can attend the concert for free, they still must have tickets.

Those willing to shell out a little extra may still have an opportunity to attend the concert as a limited number of “neighbor” tickets are still available for $250. The neighbor tickets include access to the “neighborhood” area, where beer, wine and snacks will be available.

Sponsorships are also still available for $1,250 and up, and include access to the “sponsor” tent with catered food and a full bar, as well as premier parking in the Island Beach Parking lot.

Those who have already purchased tickets can redeem their purchase at Town Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday and Feb. 23 and 25. March, April and May ticket redemption times have not yet been announced.

The Greenwich Town Party will take place from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., May 28 at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park.

Headliner Hall and Oates is expected to perform around 8 p.m., following opening performances by John Fogerty and the Tedeschi Trucks Band.

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