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Date/Time
Date(s) - September 6, 2014
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Andrae's Harley Davidson

It’s our 6th annual Andrae’s Summer Bash; a party to raise money for the MDA. There will be food and beer for purchase – and at the end of the show, Cole will draw the winner of a brand-new Harley Davidson Sportster ($1 raffle tickets). Tickets the concert are available online or in-person at Andrae’s. Harley raffle tickets are available only at Andrae’s.

Tickets are $20 ($25 in September)
Pit tickets are $50 – you’ll be in front of the stage and have access to your own port-a-potty and beer trailer (only 200 available).
VIP tickets are $100 – you’ll be in front of the stage, includes a meal from Hickory River, a beer, and¬†passes to meet Cole Swindell! (only 30 available, must purchase in store). meet and greet passes.

Ryan Ideus & Feudin’ Hillbillies will open the show. Free parking at Champaign County Fairgrounds with a free bus to Andrae’s.

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