By John Ostapkovich

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The general public can begin grabbing tickets at 10 a.m. for the Liberty Medal presentation September 13th at the National Constitution Center.

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“The Liberty Medal takes place on our front lawn,” said National Constitution Center VP of Operations Jen Darley. “We have a large stage that’s outside. The seated area is on the lawn. We have about 1200 seats.”

You can grab yourself a spot there through Ticketmaster (call: 1-866-492-6326) and while the tickets are free, there’s a service charge for non-Constitution Center members. There are seating sections but within those sections, you grab what you can for this rain or shine event.

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