Load remaining images Aside from the stellar lineup, one thing that makes Fool’s Paradise so special is the intimacy. From the small amphitheatre in St. Augustine to the one-on-one time between artists and fans, the two-day Florida vacation is more than just a musical event. From artist-led excursions to late-night shows at the Elk’s Lodge, there’s nothing quite like Fool’s Paradise.The only thing better than attending as a fan is going as a VIP. The Fool’s Paradise VIP program will have you stylin’ from the moment you check in through your first #TBT memories. The golden wristband will: provide you with priority access to the pit area in front of the stage and to the reserved searing area in front of the soundboard. Note: the rest of the venue is all General Admission, so this reserved seating is prime.On Saturday evening, there will be an exclusive happy hour with the bands. This is your chance to ask them anything, give them a cheers or high-five, and take as many photos as you’d like. This lineup is more than willing to spend time with their fans and are excited for this opportunity to become friends.Your VIP wristband will also give you discounted alcoholic beverages in a private tiki bar area. Lines are never an issue here! You will also receive an official AJ Masthay original print Fool’s Paradise poster and t-shirt.Whether you prefer to watch the show from the pit area in front of the stage or the reserved VIP seating area in front of the soundboard, you get first access to both. Add discounted alcoholic beverages, exclusive happy hour with the bands, and an official Fool’s Paradise poster and t-shirt, and you’re golden! Check out the gallery below for a taste of what it’s like to fly VIP with Fool’s Paradise. For more information, head here.One (1) 2-Day VIP Ticket ($212.50):Priority Access to Pit Area & SeatingDiscounted BeveragesExclusive Happy Hour with ArtistsFool’s Paradise Poster & T-ShirtLooking for places to stay?“Fools For Love” Hotel VIP Packages are still available, which include 2-Day VIP ticket(s) to show (for each person in package), free access to the late-night shows, priority access to pit area and seating, discounted beverages, exclusive happy hour with artists, and a very special Fool’s Paradise poster & t-shirt designed by AJ Masthay. You can purchase the Hotel “Fool For Love” VIP package here.There is also a “Fools For Trees” VIP Camping Package, which includes 2-Day VIP ticket(s) to show (for each person in package), campsite for 4 persons with parking for 2 vehicles, free access to the late-night shows, priority access to pit area and seating, discounted beverages, exclusive happy hour with artists, and a very special Fool’s Paradise poster & t-shirt designed by AJ Masthay. You can purchase the Camping “Fool For Trees” VIP package here.
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1. Syracuse men’s basketball extends conference winning streak to 5The Orange continued its rise in the Atlantic Coast Conference standings this week, beating both Florida State on Thursday and Boston College on Sunday.Riding a season-best 62.5 shooting percentage, SU bolted past the Seminoles in an 85-72 home win. Michael Gbinije led the scoring effort with 22 tallies, and Tyler Roberson pitched in a double-double. Senior center Dajuan Coleman helped cushion the lead with a 6-0 run of his own to start the second half. After the game, Jim Boeheim acknowledged that people gave up on his team a long time ago, and felt jolly enough to speak of the weather in his postgame press conference.Against Boston College, freshmen duo Tyler Lydon and Malachi Richardson keyed SU’s eighth conference victory. Lydon led the Orange with 20 points, and shot 2-of-2 from the charity stripe to contribute to a team-wide 88 percent free-throw shooting mark on the day. Syracuse suits up next on Wednesday against Louisville at 7 p.m.MORE: Syracuse community reacts to win over Boston College2. Syracuse lacrosse teams win in season-openersSyracuse men’s lacrosse rolled to an 18-5 win over Siena on Saturday. Senior attack Dylan Donahue assumed a refined role in the offense and notched a game-high nine points. He orchestrated the attack and midfield lines from the X position behind Siena’s net. Warren Hill made his first career start for the Orange, and allowed only two goals in three quarters.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHalle Majorana and Kayla Treanor teamed up for nine goals in women’s lacrosse’s 17-6 win over Loyola. The Orange finished with more shots than Loyola had goals, and bested its offensive averages from last year in the season-opening victory.MORE: Check out The Daily Orange’s Lacrosse Guide, “THEIR SHOT”Logan Reidsma | Senior Staff Photographer3. Syracuse women’s basketball cruises to pair of road conference winsIn a 91-57 dismantling of Virginia on Thursday, the Orange was on pace for 114 points by halftime. It’s 57 first-half points was the most for the team at half since 2013. Leading the charge was Briana Butler, who came within one 3-pointer of her career-high with six 3s through two quarters.Three days later against North Carolina State, Alexis Peterson rescued Syracuse with an eight-point run in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter. SU squeaked past the Wolfpack, 55-52, thanks in part to Peterson’s heroics and Brianna Day’s third straight double-double. The win was the Orange’s 20th of the season and 10th in the conference, a number head coach Quentin Hillsman thinks is high enough to garner an NCAA tournament berth.Quick Hits1. The NCAA said it will factor Jim Boeheim’s absence when considering Syracuse’s case for an NCAA tournament bid.2. Syracuse softball got its season off to a rough start in Las Vegas.3. SU ice hockey secured a first-round bye in the College Hockey America tournament. Comments Published on February 14, 2016 at 8:53 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossman Facebook Twitter Google+