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Annual Rock the River for Hannah House

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Annual Rock the River for Hannah House

Highlights of the Day are as follows:

• Music Festival
With nine artists from various music genres, local and regional artists will take the stage at 11:00 am as they “rock for life” in order to raise money and awareness for Hannah House.

• Rock-a-thon
Groups and individuals from the community will kick back and raise money in style as they also “rock for life” in rocking chairs provided by Cracker Barrel.

• Food & Fun
Throughout the day there will be merchandise vendors, and lots of concessions for everyone to enjoy.

• Evening The night will end with an evening full of wonderful music from Shatter Me, Don't Wake Aislin, Stephanie Smith, Abandon, Children 18:3, War of Ages and National Recording Artist P.O.D. (Payable On Death).

Time: Gates open at 10:00 am; the first band plays at 11:00 am ending with National Recording Artist at 9:25 pm
Anticipated Crowd Size: 5,000 – 6,000

Annual Rock the River for Hannah House

Address : Harper Stadium, Kay Rodgers Park, Fort Smith, AR Fort Smith AR
Phone : 4797825683   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 4797825554

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Admission Fee : Pre-sale $12, At the Door $15, Children 4-10 $5, Children 3 and under free; Meet & Greet $25 includes parking pass and program.

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