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Kentucky Headhunters To Appear at Niagara Centennial Celebration
NiagaraThe popular and well-known blues, rock and country music group, The Kentucky Headhunters which has sold over six million albums will perform on Main Stage on Friday, June 27 at the Niagara Centennial Celebration. The five-day celebration runs June 25-29 and will feature national, regional, and local recording and music artists on a main stage, a second music stage, a giant carnival midway with rides and games, a huge centennial parade, fireworks, food and beverages, a childrens area, a time capsule, centennial souvenirs, arts and crafts area, an all-classes high school reunion, and more.
Winners of the Academy of County Musics award for Top Vocal Group of the Year, the American Music Awards Favorite New Artist, Billboards New Artist and Best Country and Western Vocal Performance, and Grammy Award Winner for its Pickin on Nashville album that sold over two million copies. Its next album, Electric Barnyard, sold over 500,000 copies, featuring the song called The Ballad of Davy Crockett.
Niagara Mayor George Bousley said that he is thrilled to have this nationally known and highly popular band in Niagara as part of the citys big 100 year anniversary celebration. We understand that this band is known for providing a great party atmosphere, and thats what we want people to experience when they come here, Bousley said. He added that he expects former residents and others to come from all over the country to be part of the festivities and for people who have never been to Niagara to see the beauty and development in the city.
Admission to the centennial celebration and entertainment events is via a Centennial button for $10 that is good for all five days of the celebration. Buttons are on sale at 20 locations including the Niagara City Hall, Forward Financial Credit Union offices in Niagara, Pembine, Marinette, and Iron Mountain, First National Bank in Niagara, Spread Eagle, Florence and Aurora, the Frog Country Radio office in Iron Mountain, the Dickinson Area Partnership in Iron Mountain, and numerous retail outlets in Niagara.
For more information on the celebration cal the city hall at 715-251-3235.