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Chingawassa Days

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Event# 620-382-3425

Event Details

Annual Chingawassa Days first full weekend in June. Fun for the entire family! Each year brings a new big name act. Past years’ entertainment has included "The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band," "Kentucky HeadHunters," "Three Dog Night," "Little River Band," "Little Texas," "Restless Heart," "The Guess Who," "Grand Funk Railroad," "FOGHAT," "The Bellamy Brothers," and "Starship!"

Lots of music, food, races and contests, rides and games, anvil shoot, Texas Hold 'Em, bingo, 3 on 3 basketball, Rock, Paper, Scissors Contest, Texting Contest, arm wrestling, and much more!

Chingawassa Is Proud To Announce RCA Records Artist Love and Theft as Headliner for 2014!

Ticket Locations
Central National Bank, Marion National Bank,
Tampa State Bank, Carlsons' Grocery, Marion Pharmacy, & the Marion City Office
To purchase by phone:
620.382.3425

FOR MORE INFO,TICKET PRICES, AND VENDOR INFO CLICK LINK BELOW

Chingawassa Days

Address : Central Park Marion KS
Phone : 620-382-3425   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : chinga@eaglecom.net

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Admission Fee : General Admission (does not include Saturday Concert): $5 in advance, $7at gate, Ages 10 & under FREE

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