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Memorial Day Weekend Rock ‘N’ Roll Concert and Car Show

Show your love for Rock ‘N’ Roll at the upcoming Rock ‘N’ Roll Concert & Car Show held on Memorial Day Weekend on Saturday, May 28 from 5-9 p.m. at Secret Lake Park. This FREE event, sponsored by the radio station 105.9 SUNNY FM, will showcase the famous 80’s tribute band, Lazy Bonez.

Formed in September 2011, Lazy Bonez recreates the 80's Rock concert experience with high energy performances featuring the songs of such legendary bands as Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, Journey, Poison, Def Leppard, Van Halen, AC/DC, and so many more -an entire genre of 80's Rock!  Traveling all of the world, they have performed in a wide variety of festivals and venues including Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (in US and Mexico), Busch Gardens, Roger Dean Stadium, the Fountainebleu Hilton Resort in Miami, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.

Opening the concert will be the Daniel Heitz Band playing many favorites from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. He has opened up and played with the likes of The Doobie Brothers, Bobby Lee Rodgers, The Outlaws, International Blues Challenge Winners: Debbie Davies, JP Soars and the Red Hot’s, Gary Moffat with 38 Special, and other National and local Blues and Rock ‘N’ Roll acts.

Besides the music taking you down Memory Lane, there will be plenty of classic cars, muscle cars, and hot rods for car enthusiasts to enjoy.  Come dressed in costume and enter the Rock Star Look-a-Like Contest with prizes awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.

As part of this Memorial Weekend celebration, the City will again honor all veterans for their service with a color guard display and plaque.

More than 20 food, beverage, and product vendors will be on hand so come hungry, bring your blankets and chairs and come join us for a spectacular Rock ‘N’ Roll Concert & Car Show featuring Lazy Bonez, and the Daniel Heitz Band.

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