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Third Annual Oscoda RockFest
August 12 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm$15
We are expanding this premiere rock event to a two day festival this year, and moving to a larger venue at the Veteran’s Memorial Park of Northeast MI. The lineup includes an impressive group of original rock bands on both days, with Magg Dylan headlining Friday’s show, and nationally recognized recording artists Tantric and Saving Abel headlining Saturday’s event.
This growing ground breaking rock festival will bring original modern rock music to the sunrise coast, and is easily on its way to become a destination event for many years to come. In addition to the rock bands performing, the event will feature exciting and unique side acts, assorted food and beverage vendors, band merchandise, and more throughout the event.
The festival will benefit the Veterans Memorial Park of Northeast Michigan whose purpose is to provide a place of relaxation and reflection which recognizes and preserves the honor of those who served and sacrificed for our freedom.
$15 for Friday show, $30 for Saturday event, 2 day pass for $40 ($35 in advance)
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