GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — The wait is over: Tickets for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series go on sale Wednesday, April 21.

After receiving the go-ahead from the Mesa County Health Department, the ticket site will go live at 6 a.m. on Wednesday at

All tickets will be electronic and available for online purchase only. Those without computer access or who need assistance can call the JUCO office at 970-245-9166.

With earlier seating restrictions relaxed, fans can purchase either reserved or general admission passes. A “day pass” option has been added for those who plan to only attend games on a certain day.

General Admission passes are $35, with seating in sections A-D (down the right-field line) and R-V (down the left-field line) and in the outfield bleachers behind left-center field.

General Admission day passes are $15 for Saturday, Sunday and Monday and $12 for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Reserved Grandstand seats in sections I-Q (home plate to third base) are $80, with day passes $18 and $15.

Reserved “Tower” seats in sections E-H (individual seatbacks, located behind the first-base dugout) are $140, with day passes $22 and $18.

Fans will receive individual tickets for each game, and they can be emailed or downloaded onto a smartphone. Fans can print tickets to be scanned at the gate, or can have them scanned on their phones. You can still “share” tickets with friends and family members with either a printed or electronic ticket, but each ticket can be scanned only once.

Fans who had reserved tickets in 2019 can renew those seats until May 7, when they will be released for sale.