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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Picnicing with Lucero

Posted By on Wed, Aug 15, 2007 at 1:36 PM

 
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Lucero fans, it's probably time to start making arrangements to attend the band's first "Family Picnic" (and pray hard that this I-could-kill-a-man heat lessens). It'll be on Labor Day Weekend, on Saturday, September 1, at Riverside Park in Batesville. These bands, all of the Lucero/alt-country ilk, will perform.

William Elliott Whitmore

Two Cow Garage

Southern Bitch

Glossary

Cory Branan

Gates open at 5:00 p.m., and they'll be an aftershow next door at Josie's. There are several options available:

$15 - Advance Ticket

$20 - Advance Ticket + Aftershow Access to Josie's (18+ ONLY)

$27 - Advance Ticket + Lucero Family Picnic T-Shirt

$32 - Advance Ticket + Aftershow Access + Lucero Family Picnic T-Shirt (18+ ONLY)

Tickets available here.

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