They also announced two giveaways of 100 pairs of tickets to each show: one on Wednesday at noon at Spruce Street Harbor Park in Philadelphia and the other on Friday at Kennedy Plaza across from Boardwalk Hall.Atlantic City Deputy Police Chief William Mazur said the city had refined the entry and exit plans from last year to avoid the logjams some people experienced both before and after the concert.

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Last year's two free beach concerts, Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum, drew a total of 120,000 people and were considered big successes in a summer marked by casino bankruptcies and closings. With uncertainty over the future of the Alliance, this year's concerts are being produced by Live Nation, whose executive Geoff Gordon on Tuesday said the concerts were also "a very big deal for the company as a whole." He said set up for the beach would take a full week, whereas simultaneous set up and planning for Billy Joel (Thursday Aug. 15) at Citizens Bank Park would take just three days. The city gets a $3 cut out of every ticket sold, with a guarantee of at least $130,000 to cover costs for extra security and maintenance, officials said.

Officials would not say how many tickets have been sold. Tickets are now available on ticketmaster for Maroon 5, listed at $59.25 with fees, and a $97.15 preferred general admission ticket.

Rascal Flatts tickets were available on ticketmaster for $20 plus an $11.25 fee.

Officials said Tuesday that tickets would be available at the Boardwalk Hall box office on the day of the shows.

Atlantic City officials said Tuesday they were ready for tens of thousands of people to attend each of this year's not-free-like-last-year's beach concerts: Maroon 5, Nick Jonas and Matt Mc Andrew this Sunday (Aug.

16) and Rascal Flatts and Ashley Monroe the following Thursday, Aug. "Let's get some great PR and buzz for Atlantic City," cheered Jeff Guaracino, executive director of the Atlantic City Alliance, a casino funded marketing group that is itself on the chopping block, pending approval by Gov.

Christie of legislation that would divert its million a year budget to address the city's budget gaps.

Guaracino was addressing a meeting of city, state and Live Nation officials to coordinate planning for the event.

Private tent patrons will use Michigan and Ohio Avenues.

He said following the concert's end, at p.m., patrons will now be able to leave by going under the Pier at Arkansas Avenue and additional exits would be in place.

Rick Santoro, head of the Special Improvement District, said the city's yellow-clad ambassadors would be on duty from 6 a.m., and would be standing on platforms to be especially visible and welcoming as the crowds arrive.