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Friday, September 3, 2010

Sunday To-Do: Bootfest 2010

Posted By on Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 2:59 PM


4 p.m., War Memorial Stadium. $10.

This weekend, War Memorial plays home to Bootfest 2010, an annual fund-raiser to benefit the Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial. The cause: an enormous, bronze-tinted statue of three firemen to be placed in front of the state Capitol that, as of June 28, was 95 percent paid for. This year, the organization offers up a bill of six performers, headlined by John Conlee, the late-'70s, early '80s country star. Also on the ticket: Matt Huff, the local singer-songwriter; SpinRad, a jam band out of Mountain Home; the electric country-rock of Cliff Hudson, Southern-fried bar-rockers Riverbilly and the 17-year-old Luke Williams.

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