Cheech Marin at the River Oaks Theatre

By | April 5, 2017

Join Brazos Bookstore for an evening with Cheech Marin at the River Oaks Theatre on April 6th at 7:00pm. Tickets are required to attend the event.

Each ticket admits one (1) person and includes a hardcover copy of CHEECH IS NOT MY REAL NAME… BUT DON’T CALL ME CHONG. Books will be distributed upon entry at the venue.

You must pay for your ticket in advance to confirm your reservation; unpaid tickets will not be held in case of a sell-out. Arrive by 6:45pm to guarantee entry; unclaimed seats may be released at that time. Due to time constraints, no personalizations or dedications can be added by the author to individual books AND absolutely no other merchandise will be signed other than copies of “Cheech is Not My Real Name … But Don’t Call Me Chong” purchased from Brazos Bookstore.

Reserve your signed book online at least 24 hours in advance. Call 713-523-0701 to reserve signed books at the event. For signed books, please buy books directly from us as books purchased elsewhere will not be signed. Get here early because parking is limited. There is abundant street parking nearby. Please pay in advance to guarantee signed books.

This event is generously supported by Hawes Hill Calderon LLP

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