WrestleMania XXV Activities Announced

Colin Vassallo@wrestlingonlineCorrespondent IDecember 2, 2008

Earlier today WWE announced the on-sale ticket dates for the Hall of Fame ceremony and RAW following WrestleMania. The Hall of Fame—to take place at the Toyota Center—will be held on the day before WrestleMania and tickets go on sale to WrestleMania ticket holders on January 8 at 10AM CST. Tickets go on sale to the general public on January 17 at 10AM CST.

RAW following WrestleMania will also take place at the Toyota Center with the pre-sale for WrestleMania ticket holders being today and for the rest of the public on December 13 at Noon. Tickets for both events will be on sale at the Toyota Center Box Office or online at houstontoyotacenter.com.

Next year's WrestleMania Fan Axxess will go for four days, a big difference from the one day event which accompanied previous WrestleMania's. Axxess will start on Thursday April 2 and will go till hours before WrestleMania on April 5.

The four day event will be held at the Reliant Center and will featuring family friendly activities, live matches, Q&A sessions, autograph signings, and much more. Ticket prices will be $25 for adults and $15 for kids up to 12 years old. Children under the age of three will go in free.

There will also be VIP packages for $45 each which include a "skip-the-line" pass and an autographed photo of a WWE Superstar.

Tickets for WM ticket holders go on sale on December 30 at 10AM CST and on January 31 at 10AM CST for the rest at Ticketmaster.com.

More on WrestleMania XXV at Wrestling-Online.com

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