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Rock & Roll Ranch Party

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Event# 308-532--5690

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At the "The Rock & Roll Ranch Party" and we are getting everything in order for a very fun day! There will be classic cars displayed all day, all makes and models are invited! We are also going to have a bike show, so come and show off your ride! Peoples choice awards will be presented.

The musical entertainment has been set and music will be played throughout the event. On the bill will be "The Atomic Fireflies" playing 50's and 60's Rock and Roll. Also "Blazing Aces" will rock the joint with tunes of the early Rock Era.
Our evening show will feature the one and only Stanwood W. Sparrow Rock and Roll Comedy Show!

The event is a family style event for the entire family. Dress up in your best 50's costume as we want everyone to dress in the 50's and 60's styles. Prizes will be awarded. We have two special contests, the ELVIS look alike contest and the FONZY look alike contest! Prizes will be awarded!

This event will be a BLAST! See you at the Calhoun Ranch!
11:00 AM til 9:00 PM.

Rock & Roll Ranch Party

Address : 4847 West North River Road, North Platte, NE North Platte NE
Phone : 308-532--5690   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Admission

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