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Marion County Music Fest is Fri-Sat, 8-9 Jun 2018

By Jenny Kawa

Kentucky Classic Arts at Centre Square presents the Marion County Music Fest 2018 - now a two-day festival - kicking off at 4pmCT/5pmET, Friday & Saturday, June 8 & 9, 2018 at Johnston Field behind Centre Square, 237 N Spalding Avenue, Lebanon, KY.

Talented artists hit the stage, Friday, June 8, and the nights events feature America's Got Talent finalists: Linkin' Bridge, Battle of the Bands winners: Gravel Switch, 2018 International Blues Challenge Semi-Finalists: One Shot Johnny, the Perfect Fit Band, Ann Courtney Thompson and Elizabeth Medley.

The festival continues on Saturday June 9, 2018, with local legends The Kentucky Headhunters, the "Rust Belt Cowboy" from Motor City Detroit, David Shelby, Lebanon's favorite ladies, Magnolia Vale; Autria Calhoun with the Marion County All-Star Band, South 49, and National Jr. Beta Special Talent Winner Abi Adams.

Sponsored by Kentucky Classic Arts at Centre Square, Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission, Farmers National Bank and Friends of Live Music, this family friendly event features a children's entertainment area with bouncy house courses, unique food vendors such as Adams Family Foods gourmet grilled cheese, Waffle Street's waffle creations, Sugar Rush: Sweet & Savory Concessions, gourmet hotdogs, Ribeyes by the Marion County Cattleman's Association, BBQ, craft beer, bourbon, and more! (*Valid ID is required for purchase of alcoholic beverages.)

Bring your own lawn chair for general admission seating or purchase tickets in advance for the VIP treatment with elevated tables, chairs and food/drink service. Gate tickets are available for general single day admission; however, two-day combo discounts and special ticketing options are only available in advance. For the ticket purchase, full line-up schedule, contests, special offers and pre-sale merchandise, visit our website, . Call 270-699-ARTS or email for group rates. - Jenny Kawa, Kentucky Classic Arts at Centre Square

This story was posted on 2018-05-14 10:44:42
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