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Muskegon Turns 150! Gaberielle Butterfield Reports

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With the warmer months well under way it is safe to say that most of you have already participated in some of the amazing events that Muskegon has to offer. I have yet another affordable event for you to partake in.

Muskegon’s 150 Anniversary is coming up rather quickly. All of the festivities will start Thursday July11th the gates opening at 4pm. Local bands will start at 5pm until the R&B Grammy nominee Freddie Jackson hitting the stage at 9:15pm. mkg150leadClick Here for Tickets to the Muskegon 150 Party.mkg150leadClick Here for Tickets to the Muskegon 150 Party
You can come back Friday July12th at 4pm to hear more of our local bands starting at 5:30. Jessy G will be joining Gretchen Wilson here and she will be going one at 6:40 followed by Kansas at 7:30 and the one all of us country fans have been waiting for Gretchen Wilson busting out her amazing country jams at 9:15pm to end the night.
The fun doesn't stop there, Saturday July 12th you will be able to take your family to a free family event held at Herriage Landing from 12-3pm. There will be free children's activities, local bands and street performers along with food and drink vendors. The celebration continues into the night with more local bands, Warrant and Bret Michaels. I mean come one where else are you going to be able to see such an amazing line up of talent in one place.

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I know that you are dying to know how much this is going to cost and I bet you are thinking that tickets are going to be outrageous in cost but that could be further from the truth. Tickets are ranging from $10 to $50 for a three day pass. That’s right you will be able to pay just $50 for all three days or $10 on Thursday, and $30 for Friday as well as $30 for Saturday.  Click on the link above for tickets or, if you would prefer to purchase them in person you may do so at the box office on site at Heritage Landing, The LC Walker Arena, or Star Tickets at the Frauenthal’s box office.  Ann Meisch from the City of Muskegon joins me to talk all about the event!

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