Tickets for Jenni Funeral available at noon

A limited number of tickets will be available today at noon, for fans hoping to attend a memorial service for Jenni Rivera, organizers announced this morning.

Beginning at noon, fans can log onto, and search “Jenni Rivera Memorial Service,” or click on, for a chance to attend.

Each person can get two tickets for the event. They are limited and will actually be ticketless in order to stop scalping.
You will need a credit card to get a ticket. You will be charged $1 per ticket, but it that fee will be refunded within 72 hours of the event.

At the time of entry to the memorial service, you will be required to provide the credit card used at time of transaction, along with valid photo iD matching the name on the credit card. At that time, a receipt will be printed for you in lieu of a ticket.
A limited number of tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
Only fans that obtain tickets via Ticketmaster will be allowed entry to the memorial. Family “Celestial Graduation” We officially inform all members of the media that on Wednesday December 19, 2012 we will celebrate the graduation into heaven, with honors, of our beloved mother, daughter and sister Jenni Rivera. The ceremony will take place at the Gibson Amphitheater from 10am to 12pm and will be led by Minister Pedro Rivera Jr. We appreciate the privacy and discretion given to the family on the day she is laid to rest. The burial services will be privately held. As a request from Jenni’s children, we ask that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Jenni RiveraLove foundation in addition to a single white rose. The Rivera family appreciates all the love given to our beloved Jenni Rivera whom graduated on December 9th and now rests in the arms of our Lord. Sincerely, Rivera Family.
On Thursday, family members announced that they had identified Rivera’s remains, which were flown back to Long Beach Airport
The remains were then taken to All Souls Mortuary, where crowds gathered to pay tribute to the fallen music star, much as they have at the Lakewood home of Rivera’s mother over the past week.

The “Diva de la Banda,” Rivera died just as her career was peaking. She was perhaps the most successful female singer in grupero, a male-dominated Mexico regional style, and had branched out into acting and reality television.

Until now the investigations of what happened to the aircraft, where the singer was traveling haven’t stopped. Aviation experts from Mexico and the United States continues with intensive research and will be announced 10 days exploring the causes that caused the incident.

“The Rivera family appreciates all the love given to our beloved Jenni Rivera,” the family said in a prepared statement.

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