Jase and Missy Robertson of the hit A&E reality series “Duck Dynasty” will visit Oklahoma next month as part of Piedmont Schools’ annual charity event, DUCK Week.
The couple will appear at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 10 at the Yukon High School Gymnasium. Tickets are $25, according to the DUCK Week website.
The final ticket sale date for the Robertsons’ appearance is set for 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at Piedmont High School. There are no online ticket sales, and buyers must pay by cash or check. Stadium seats and bleacher seats are available; VIP seats are sold out.
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DUCK Week (Doing Unselfish Charities for Kids Week) is a charity week in which the students of Piedmont Schools lead their community in an effort to raise funds for people in their community with great medical need. Along the way, the students will learn what real-life generosity looks like and how to impact someone’s life in a way that they never thought was possible. It teaches them the selfless act of sacrificing a bit of themselves for the sake of others, according to the website.
The theme of this year’s charity week is DUCK Week Dynasty, in honor of the popular reality show.
For more information, visit www.duckweek.org.
The third season of “Duck Dynasty” premieres at 9 p.m. Wednesday on A&E. Members of the “Duck Dynasty” family will appear tonight on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” which airs at 10:35 p.m. weekdays on ABC, to talk about the new season of the show.
English singer-songwriter Morrissey, who is known for his outspoken animal rights stance, was originally set to perform on Kimmel tonight, but according to the Associated Press, he canceled after learning the Robertsons were set to appear. Denver, Colo.-based folk-rock band Churchill will perform on the show instead.
Here is a preview of “Duck Dynasty” Season 3: