BEST SCREENPLAY (Short Film) - 2009 Treasure Coast International Film Festival (Bryan Caron, "My Necklace, Myself")
FINALIST (2nd Place) BEST SHORT FILM - DRAMA - 2009 International Family Film Festival ("My Necklace, Myself")
HONORARY AWARD - 2009 Oceanside International Film Festival
("My Necklace, Myself")
BEST MUSIC VIDEO - 2008 Temecula Youth Media Arts Festival (How To Be)

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Lacie is a shy, fifteen-year-old who finds herself a mess upon getting ready for her first date. As she tries to figure out what to wear and how to act, Lacie’s mother presents her with a gift—a necklace that allows its wearer the chance to become anything they wish. So, with her best friend Serrin in tow, Lacie goes on a magical journey to find her true self. Will she find what she's looking for, or is her true self waiting for her in the mirror? Finding your true self is just a simple wish away...

9-14-09 It has recently been confirmed that "My Necklace, Myself" will be presented as an honorary film at the 2009 Oceanside International Film Festival in Oceanside, California. The festival takes place October 15-18, 2009. Check their website,, for more information.  

Divine Trinity Films and Fallbrook Film Factory's award-winning film, “My Necklace, Myself,” continues to enjoy its 2009 run in film festival’s with its official selection into the INDIE FEST USA film festival, to be held August 22-28, 2009 in Downtown Disney in Anaheim, CA. The film will show at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 26 at the AMC 12 movie theater in Downtown Disney and is eligible for nominations in several categories, including Best Short, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Music, Best Actor and Best Actress, among others. (Nominations are not announced until the award ceremony.)

For more information on the festival, please visit

Congratulations again to all who worked on this film!


"How To Be", the award-winning music video directed by Bryan Caron and written by Bryan Caron and Kyle McNeill, has been accepted as an Official Selection in the 2009 ReelHeART International Film Festival (RHIFF). See their website for more information. Comgratulations to all who worked on this wonderful piece.


Divine Trinity Films is proud to announce that the award-winning short film, "My Necklace, Myself," has been accepted as an official selection into the 2009 Fallbrook Film Festival. The festival takes place April 23-26, 2009 in Fallbrook, Ca. It will be competing with several films in the Best Feature catagory (nominations, if any, have yet to be annunced).

Congratulations again to all for their support of the film and we hope to see you at the festivals.

3-6-09 Divine Trinity Films is proud to announce that "How To Be," the award-winning music video performed by "My Necklace, Myself" star Julia Witschger, has been accepted as an official selection into the 10th Anniversary On Location: Memphis International Film Festival.

The Festival will take place April 23-26, 2009 in Memphis, Tennessee, and "How To Be" will be competing against 10 other music videos for the Best Music Video award (nominations, if any, have yet to be announced).

"How To Be" was written and produced for the award-winning short film, "My Necklace, Myself." Please check out the official selection announcement HERE and to see the full list of films, documentaries and music videos that will be presented at this year's festival.

Congratulations to actress and singer Julia Witschger, composer Kyle McNeill and all who worked on this wonderful extension to "My Necklace, Myself." To watch the full music video, click here.


"My Necklace, Myself" enjoyed a great presentation at the International Family Film Festival in Hollyood, California this past weekend. Out of thirteen films competing for Best Short Film - Drama at this year's festival, "My Necklace, Myself" was one of two films nominated as finalists. Though its competition ultimately took the top prize, producers are gracious for being a finalist. "It says a lot for the film that it made it as far as it did at the festival," says writer/director Bryan Caron. "Hopefully this nomination, coupled with the previous win for Best Screenplay last month, will help build recognition for the film and all of its talented cast and crew."

The film that won the top prize was "Boy|Man," a poignant story of a young boy who seeks to shed his "boyhood" in order to become the man of the house after the loss of his father. See the full description here, and check back to the International Family Film Festival website to see all of the festivals winners.


On the heels of winning Best Screenplay at the Treasure Coast International Film Festival this past weekend, “My Necklace, Myself” has been chosen as an Official Selection in the 14th Annual International Family Film Festival, to be held February 26 to March 1, 2009 at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California.

“My Necklace, Myself” will be presented on Friday, February 27, 2009 at 3:30 p.m. Tickets for this showing are $10.00, or you can purchase an all-day pass for $40.00, which gets you into all screenings for the day. The film will compete with a couple dozen other films for Best Short Film.

If you would like to attend the festival, you can check out the official line-up of films by clicking here; you may view all of the other events (including opening and closing ceremonies) by clicking here; here: and you may purchase your all day passes or individual tickets by clicking here. Any other questions regarding the purchase of tickets or any of the events, you may contact Patte Dee McKee.

The event will take place on the lot of Raleigh Studios, where they currently film the television series, “The Closer” as well as “Ugly Betty.” For directions, you may click here. The address for the studio is:

Raleigh Studios
5300 Melrose Ave
Hollywood, CA 90038

Patrons and participants of the event will need to use the Van Ness Avenue parking garage across from the studio for any and all events on Thursday, February 26 and Friday, February 27. ($5 per car.)  On Saturday and Sunday, you may go to the Security Gate on Van Ness Avenue (across from the parking garage) and park on the lot.

We invite and encourage everyone to join us to screen “My Necklace, Myself,” and once again congratulate everyone who worked on this wonderful film.
2-1-09 Congratulations to Bryan Caron, writer of My Necklace, Myself, who won for Best Screenplay (Short Film) this past weekend at the 2009 Treasure Coast International Film Festival. To see the complete list of winners, please click here.


Nominations were announced today for the Treasure Coast International Film Festival Awards, and "My Necklace, Myself" has been officially nominated for Best Screenplay (Short Film). It will be up against the films SES (directed by Jesper Waldvogel Rasmussen from Denmark) and Trial by Fire (directed by Bill Forchion). Congratulations to writer Bryan Caron and to all the rest who helped bring this award-nominated film to life.

To see the full list of nominees and categories, click here.

Good luck!


The Fallbrook Film Factory and Divine Trinity Films is pleased to announce the official selection of "My Necklace, Myself" into the 2009 Treasure Coast International Film Festival. The festival will take place in Port St. Lucie, Florida on January 29th to February 1st. There are 17 features, 16 shorts and several student films which will be presented during the festival. An awards gala will be held the night of February 1st where awards will be handed out to the best of the festival. "My Necklace, Myself" is elegible for the following awards in the Short Film categories: Best Film; Best Director; Best Screenplay; Best Cinematography; Best Actor; and Best Actress. "My Necklace, Myself" will be up against some stiff competition, including the short film, "Collector" starring the late Brad Renfro.

For more information on the festival, please go to:

To see our listing, go to: and click on the "2009 Shorts" link, then scroll down to our listing.


"My Necklace, Myself," as well as Julia Witschger's music video, "How To Be" will be appearing on the internet for the next month as part of the FuzzB Holiday Family Film Festival.

Go to: to watch the film in its entirety and to check out other great films competing in the festival.


It was a great day for Kyle McNeill at the 2008 Temecula Youth Media Arts Festival. Beginning with the first presentation of the music video, “How To Be,” the MCs of the festival commented, “Wow, what a great voice. I especially like the rain sequence. Really cool.” The day moved into afternoon, and Kyle walked the red-carpet leading to the awards ceremony. Up against three other music videos, “How To Be” came out on top and won the award for Best Music Video. Kyle McNeill collected the award, thanking Bryan Caron, the Fallbrook Film Factory and his parents. After the award ceremony concluded, “How To Be” was then presented to the audience a second time during the Judge’s Choice film screening, which presented a handful of pieces selected by the Judges.

Judging the festival were two industry veterans and a talented Temecula youth:

Don Smith, a senior designer who has worked on over 50 commercials for clients such as Samsung and Mercedes Benz, and several films, including The Last Starfighter and Labyrinth, has won numerous film festival awards and a Clio for Outstanding Commercial.

Peter Gicas, a Senior Writer for E! Online, and previous writer for entertainment news programs Entertainment Tonight and The Insider websites.

Wyatt Roose, winner of several awards in last year’s Temecula Youth Film Festival and editor and director for KZSW TV in Temecula.

Thank you and congratulations to Kyle McNeill, Julia Witschger and everyone behind the scenes that made this music video possible. We couldn’t have done any of it without you and this is just the first step for both the music video and the film it was spawned from, “My Necklace, Myself.”

To watch this award winning music video, click here.

Kyle McNeill holding the award for Best Music Video.

Welcome to the new website for Divine Trinity Films and the Fallbrook Film Facotry's "My Necklace Myself." Here you will find the latest news, information and progress for the new short film from writer/directer Bryan Caron.
9-14-09 The Fallbrook Film Factory and Divine Trinity Films is extremely proud to announce that their film, "My Necklace, Myself," written and directed by Bryan Caron and starring Julia Witschger and Christiana Minga, has been officially picked up for distribution by Around the Scenes Releasing. Around the Scenes is an independent distribution company based in the Los Angeles area and will be looking to distribute the film in stores on the web both domestically and abroad. We will keep everyone up-to-date with any further developments. Thank you to everyone involved in helping make this a reality.

Thanks to everyone, and we're looking forward to continued success for this film and everyone involved.
9-7-08 DVD release news: Both the DVD and Soundtrack for "My Necklace, Myself" will be officially finalized on September 13, 2008, with shipping slated to begin on September 15, 2008. If you have ordered a DVD and/or CD, you can expect them to arrive between the 21st and 28th of September. If you have not received your copy of the DVD by the end of September, please feel free to email us.

The Fallbrook Film Factory and Divine Trinity Films are proud to announce that “How To Be,” the music video that can be seen during the credits of the film, “My Necklace, Myself,” has been chosen as an official selection at the 2nd Annual Temecula Youth Media Arts Festival, which takes place September 19 and 20, 2008 in Temecula, CA.

The schedule of events is not final, but there will be three Film Screenings: from 4:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. on September 19, and from 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on September 20. “How To Be” will appear during the 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. screening on Saturday, September 20. That Saturday there will also be a Filmmakers Reception (by Invitation only) followed by an awards ceremony at 6:00 p.m.

Those eligible for awards will be Kyle McNeill, who wrote the music for the video, and Julia Witschger, who supplies her vocal talents and performed in the video. A Judge’s Choice Film Screening will occur after the Awards Ceremony, at which the music video has a possibility of screening once again.

Tickets to all of the above mentioned events are only $5.00 each. More information to follow as to when tickets go on sale and where you may purchase the tickets.

Congratulations to Kyle McNeill, Julia Witschger and all crew members that helped bring this music video to life.

To listen to the song, or watch the video, click here.

7-13-08 Producers announced today that they will be giving away copies of "My Necklace, Myself" DVDs and"My Necklace, Myself" motion picture soundtracks. To get your free soundtrack or DVD, simply make a donation to the Fallbrook Film Factory. Official release dates for the DVD and music soundtrack are not yet set, but it is expected to be ready in late August/early September.
7-11-08 "My Necklace, Myself" premiered tonight at the Temeku Cinemas in Temecula, CA. For more on the event, click here.
6-18-08 The song, "How To Be" (which will accompany the final credits of "My Necklace, Myself,") was finalized yesterday and you can now hear this beautiful song. Just go to our Official Trailer page, or click here. See below for more information on the song and its music video.
6-15-08 Tickets for the premiere event will be going out to all cast, crew and extras that worked on My Necklace, Myself this week. Please expect your tickets to arrive at the end of the week, or beginning of next week. If you were part of the film, and do not see your tickets by the 28th of June, please let us know by emaling us.
6-12-08 As editing on "My Necklace, Myself" nears completion, a lot has been happening behind the scenes. Check out news of the premiere event and status of the music video.
4-28-08 As editing continues on the film, the official trailer for My Necklace, Myself premiered at the Fallbrook Film Festival in Fallbrook, Ca. It was also announced that the film was set to premeire on July 11, 2008 (see Premeire Event for more information). The trailer can now be seen by clicking here, or on YouTube by clicking here.
3-8-08 Editing on My Necklace, Myself began today and will continue through the end of March, after which a rough cut of the edit will be given to Kyle McNeil to begin initial scoring and any changes will be made before the film moves into color correction, sound and special effects.
2-23-08 Principal photography for My Necklace, Myself concluded successfully today with stars Julia Witschger and Christiana Minga on hand to film their final scenes together. A couple of quick reshoots were also made to cap the long two months of filming on location in Fallbrook and Oceanside, Ca. Producers of the film would like to thank the following for their help, contributions and the use of their locations in the making of this film: The Grand Tradition, DaGiorgio Italian Restaurant, the Silvergate Retirement Residence , the Truax Theater, The Fallbrook Film Factory and Technical Difference Inc. Post-Production on the film will begin in the coming weeks and a premiere is currently in the works. Stay tuned for more in the coming months as we await the completion of this fantastic film.
2-14-08 Several Photo Galleries have just been put up on the Photo Gallery page. Head on over to check out the fun and excitement that the cast and crew are having during the making of the film, as well as several other smaller galleries.
2-7-08 Nathalie Taylor, a features editor for the Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News wrote recently wrote an article about the production of My Necklace, Myself and Fallbrook's upcoming first annual film festival. The article appeared on a full page in the "Out and About" section, as well as on-line. Click here to read the article and learn more about the film and the Fallbrook Film Festival.
2-3-08 Despite the Superbowl and a couple of inches of rain, production on the film continued today, and once again went very well. As rain poured down outside, over a dozen extras showed up to fill the room of a Hollywood Party, share in some wine and hors d'ourves and just have some fun. Samantha Valencia, after being forced from her role as the Reporter a couple of weeks earlier, was also on hand to play a character written two days earlier specifically for her, Heather Jackson, a Lindsey Lohan-esque Movie Star. Thank you also to Da Giorgio Italian Restaurant for their kindness and for allowing use their restaurant for the film.
2-1-08 My Necklace, Myself is now listed on the Internet Movie Database ( as being "In Production." Click here to head over to the site and check out the listing.
1-30-08 Filming just finished a tiresome, long three days of filming at the Grand Tradition in Fallbrook, where we were able to film some of the biggest scenes of the film. Up to forty extras were on hand to witness the Grand Ballroom, a beautiful waltz choreographed by Bridgette Caron and performed by Julia Witschger and Derek Majewski, and the stellar transformation of Julia Witschger into a beautiful princess. The production has hit the half-way point in filming, but with just one more large scene to film before getting back to some more quiet moments, filming up to this point has produced some great footage, and we expect it to continue through February.
1-26-08 Today was a long and tumultuous day for the production. With the threat of impending rain, the qustion of whether to cancel the day was on the top of the minds of everyone. On top of all of that, Samantha Valencia, cast as the Reporter, came down with a serious intestinal virus that put her in the hospital the night before. Things wer looking glum, until the call went out to Hanna Vojak, an old friend of stars Christiana Minga and Derek Majewski, who quickly agreed to fill in for Samantha as the reporter. The rain, too, decided to hold off... enough anyway to get all filming for the night finished. So, though it looked bleak at eight in the morning, by eight that night, everything had turned out as planned.
1-23-08 My Necklace, Myself and the Fallrook Film Factory were featured in the San Diego North County Times today. Written by staff writer Tom Pfingston, the article talks in detail about several things, including details on the production of the film as well as Fallbrooks first ever worldwide film festival, scheduled to run in late April. To read this exciting article, click here.
1-20-08 Filming on the rock sequence went off without a hitch this weekend as a crew of about twelve, main cast and upwards of forty extras were on hand to generate a killer rock concert. Three cameras spent most of the day Saturday filming the rock scene, which included a local band from Fallbrook (who could be found jamming between takes) on the stage at the Truax Theater in Oceanside, CA. Pictures will be available to view in the photo gallery in the coming weeks. Check back soon.
1-13-08 Filming began today on "My Necklace, Myself," the first day of what will eventually be a twelve to fifteen day shoot. Julia Witschger and Christiana Minga were on hand to begin filming the first scenes together and allow cast and crew to get a grasp on working together. Next week, the cast and crew will begin filming a fantasy rock concert scene. Check back for images and pictures, which will be up in the beginning of February.
As of today, all locations have been selected and acquired for "My Necklace, Myself." Joing the Grand Tradition are Da Giorgio Italian restaurant, Truax Theater and Silvergate Senior Center, which will all play significant roles in the production of this film. A final schedule of filming has also been completed today. Filming is officially set to begin on January 13, 2008. We will be seeking extras and crew soon, so continue checking back for more info.

We are pleased to announce that producers have recently secured the Grand Tradition, Southern California's premiere special events venue, to capture the elegance, charm and beauty needed for a major ballroom sequence in the film, "My Necklace, Myself." The Grand Tradition is located on thrity acres in Fallbrook, CA and filming will commence on Monday, January 28, 2008. To become a part of this rich, glorious experience, please see auditions below to learn more about becoming an extra and witnessing the beauty first-hand.

To learn more about the Grand Tradition, go to their web site,

Photo courtesy of The Grand Tradition

11-21-07 It has just been announced that Derek Majewski, Samantha Valencia, John G. Franklin, Deanna Lynn Walsh and Trinity star Norman Black have all been cast in My Necklace, Myself. Congratulations to them all and thank you to everyone who auditioned. to learn more about these actors, click here.
Auditions have just been announced for several supporting characters today, and it has also been announced that Kyle McNeill, a local student, will be working on the music for the song, "How To Be," which is to accompany the film with a music video. See below for more information on both.
A film wouldn't be anything without its cast. Here you'll find audition information, including dates, character breakdowns and more for "My Necklace, Myself." Come be a part of this awesome project and sign up for an audition today.
2-2-08 Auditions for My Necklace, Myself are now closed. Thank you to all who have auditioned or participated as extras in the making of this film.
The Fallbrook Film Factory and Divine Trinity Films are currently seeking extras to become part of the beautiful ballroom dance sequence to be filmed on January 29th, 2008 at the Grand Tradition. Eligibility Requirements: Participants must be Caucasian and at least twenty-two years of age. Men must own a black suit or Tuxedo and come clean-shaven and groomed. Women must wear formal "old-world"-style attire--anything from old prom dresses to elegant dinner party dresses are acceptable, as are any style of jewelry--and must come with their hair dressed (nothing too expensive) and their makeup complete. For questions, more information or to RSVP your reservation to this elegant party, please contact
11-21-07 Auditions for My Necklace, Myself are now closed. However, please continue checking back here for further information on how you can become an extra in the film.

A Casting call for the following supporting characters have just been announced: Lacie's Mother, Gary, Gentleman and Reporter. Auditions are slated for November 17, 2007 at the Art Campus in Fallbrook CA. For more information or to set up an audition time, email or download the PDF below.

Character Breakdowns:

  • Lacie's Mother—Caucasian Female, aged 35-45. The mother to our main character, sweet and caring, the mother is a key point to our main character’s life lesson.
  • Gary—Male, any race/color, aged 35-45. A scoundrel of sorts. A famous director that wants to cast our main character in his next film, but only if she’ll do as he asks.
  • Gentleman—Caucasian Male, aged 30-40. Elegant in demeanor and speech, must have old-fashioned, royal appearance. Must also own or have access to a tuxedo, or black suit.
  • Reporter—Male or Female, any race/color, age undefined. Must appear “pretty” on camera, speak quickly and with a lot of enthusiasm.


Divine Trinity Films is planning to create a music video to accompany the film, "My Necklace, Myself." Check back here for more on the progress of this video, music samples and more.
6-23-08 The music video for the song, "How To Be" has officially been completed. You can now view the video at our trailer page, or check it out on youtube.
6-17-08 Julia Witschger had a successful recording session this afternoon at the StudioWest Recording Studio in Rancho Bernardo, CA. After the recording, Staff Engineer Kellogg Boynton helped mix and edit the final vocal with Kyle McNeill's music track. You can now hear the song, "How To Be" by clicking here or going to the trailer page. The Music Video that accompanies this song will be coming shortly. Come back soon to get a sneak peak before the film premieres this July.
6-12-08 Julia Witschger will be returning to the recording studio next week to re-record her vocals for the signature song, "How To Be." Once this final recording has concluded, the music video will be almost complete. Check back here at the end of next week for your chance to hear this amazing song that will leave you wanting more.
4-28-08 Filming for My Necklace, Myself star Julia Witschger isn't quite done. Although footage was shot for the music video during principal photography, Julia will go back in front of the camera in May to shoot new footage to be included in the Video. "Some of the footage shot just wasn't quite working out as originally planned, so we will be gathering additional footage so that we can create the best video possible," says Writer/Director Bryan Caron. Additionally, music is being finalized by Composer Kyle McNeill and samples will begin to arrive shortly after. Check back soon for more.
1-5-08 My Necklace, Myself stars Julia Witschger and Christiana Minga had a very successful recording session for the song, "How To Be," which will be featured in the film and as a separate music video. Both girls gave it there all as they recorded their respective versions of the song, and though there is still quite a lot of work to be done on both versions of the music, writer/director Bryan Caron was very happy with what he got from his stars and saw the recording session as a very good start to filming, set to begin Sunday, January 13, 2008. Check back soon for a sample of the music.
Production on the music for the "My Necklace, Myself" video continues at a steady pace. "Necklace" stars Julia Witschger and Christiana Minga auditioned and are nearly set to record two separate versions of the song, "How To Be:" pop and rock, respectively. As music writer Kyle McNiell continues to work on the instrumentals and finalize the music, Julia and Christiana are set to step into the recording studio on January 5th, 2008. Check back here soon for samples of the song.
Bryan Caron and Divine Trinity Films have chosen a local student to compose the music for the song, "How To Be," which is to be recorded and used within the film as well as the music video. Kyle McNeill auditioned for the role of Jeremy, however, when it was found out that he also dabbled in music, he was up for the challange. Two weeks later, samples of the music came in and they were just what Bryan was looking for. Now, Kyle will need to work hard and diligent in creating two versions of the song in just a few weeks, on top of starring in "The Importance of Being Ernest," alongside My Necklace, Myself star Julia Witschger, and the grind of his daily homework. Look for samples of the music and more news coming soon.

We are still seeking a rock group, musicians and/or music writers to write the music for the song "How To Be." Lyrics have been written by My Necklace writer/director Bryan Caron. If your music is chosen to for the song, not only would your music be featured in the music video and the film itself, but a CD with the song and a DVD with the music video will be used for marketing the film and the writer and his/her group would become part of the film as backup musicians to our main actors' musical group.

Don't miss this extraordinary chance. If interested, contact Bryan Caron or download the following .pdf with all required information regarding the song, what we need and time frame for the initial samples.


Divine Trinity Films is planning a huge premiere event for "My Necklace, Myself," upon its completeion in 2008. Check back here for more information on the event, showtimes, merchandise and more.
8-2-08 Photos for the "My Necklace, Myself" Premiere event are now up. Head over to the Photo Gallery Page and check out photos from both Friday July, 11 and Saturday July 12, 2008 as well as photos from Friday's Premiere after party.

Producers unveiled "My Necklace, Myself" to audiences tonight with rousing success. Laughs and applase were plentiful during the film and the question and answer period that followed, which included stars Julia Witschger, Christiana Minga and Derek Majewski, Producer Ronald Shattuck, Production Manager Heidi Schneider, and Writer/Director Bryan Caron, offered great insight into the production of the film, the actors and their favorite scenes, and the Fallbrook Film Factory and its talented members. Congratulations to all who worked on the film and thank you to all who helped make this event possible.

Check the Photo Gallery Page in the coming week for pictures from this event.

6-15-08 SOLD OUT! It has just been announced that the showing of My Necklace, Myself for Friday, July 11 is now sold out. There are still tickets available for both shows on July 12 (7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. ) so hurry and get your tickets now.
6-8-08 Tickets are now on sale for the two-day special premiere event of My Necklace, Myself. You can purchase your tickets at the Temeku Theater box office (26463 Ynez Road, Temecula, CA, 92591) or online at the Temeku Cinemas website. Tickets are $4.00 a piece for all three shows. Don't miss your chance to see this wonderful film on the big screen. Get your tickets now.
4-28-08 More news on the premiere for My Necklace, Myself was announced. On Friday, July 11, 2008, My Necklace, Myself will premiere at 7:00 p.m. with a grand red carpet appearence by the stars of the film around 6:45. After the movie, a live question and answer session with the stars and crew of the film will be held. On Saturday, July 12, the film will show again at 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Tickets will go on sale in June. Check back to find out when you can get your tickets for this wonderful film.
4-25-08 Producers have announced that My Necklace, Myself is set to premiere at the Temeku theater in Temecula, Ca on July 11, 2008. Tickets will go on sale in June. More information to come in the next few weeks.
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