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Country Rocks Autism festival Sept. 13 and 14

August 30, 2019

Country Rocks Autism festival will take place at Bonnie & Clyde’s Gangster Park in Harshaw on Sept. 13 and 14. 

Advanced tickets are $30 per day or $50 for both days, and all proceeds benefit Northwoods Autism Projects.  Gates open at 11:30 a.m., and the event is held rain or shine. Firearms and carry-ins are not allowed. Children under age 5 get in free.

Featured performers on Friday, Sept. 13, include Mo Pitney, Chris Kroeze, Natalie Murphy, Lee Walker, Joe Wright, and Jagwire. The lineup for Saturday, Sept. 14 includes Brian Howe — former lead singer of Bad Company, Storm, Bobby Friss, and Whitehouse Players.

The Country Rocks Autism benefit concert will benefit the Scholl Community Impact Group and the Howard Young Foundation Autism Services Fund in providing resources and services related to Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Country Rocks Autism is sponsored by The Lakeland Times, Northwoods River News, Minocqua Lions, Bud Light, WRLO Rock 105.3, Kool 95.9, 100.1 Jack FM, WHDG 97.9, and the Scholl Community Impact Group.

For more information call 715-358-2265 or visit www.countryrocksautism.eventbrite.com. 

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