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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Magic Springs announces Timberwood Concert Series

Posted By on Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 3:35 PM


So tough. So babyfaced. "So-icidal."
Today, Magic Springs announced its 2008 concert series, and it's shockingly pretty decent. Sure, it's reach for a broad audience means probably more than half of the line-up is made up of folks you'd pay not to see, but I bet just about all of these will be full up.

Rock Candy wholeheatedly supports booking the Gin Blossoms, Sean Kingston and Morris Day and the Time. Maybe Peaches and Herb a little bit.

And Flyleaf is a pretty big coup. They're huge among angst-y Christian youths.

Gate admission gets you in to these shows. Season passes are $49.

• May 31 — The Guess Who
• June 7 — Lonestar
• June 14 — Starship Starring Mickey Thomas
• June 21 — Flyleaf
• June 28 — The Gin Blossoms
• July 5 — Sean Kingston
• July 12 — Trent Tomlinson
• July 19 — Peaches and Herb
• July 26 — Bucky Covington
• August 2 — Jeffrey Osborne
• August 9 — Steven Curtis Chapman
• August 16 — Cross Canadian Ragweed
• August 23 — Morris Day and the Time
• August 30 — The Spin Doctors

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