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Posted: 04/24/2014 11:40 AM | Comments: 0
Two tickets to the Red River Ex in June will also get you Two Tickets to Paradise.
That’s because Eddie Money is one of the musical headliners for the annual summer fair, which runs from June 13 to 22. Money’s concert is on Monday, June 16.
Other musical acts appearing are: Gord Bamford (June 13), Down with Webster (June 14), Monster Truck (June 15), Deric Ruttan (June 17), Tyler Shaw, Alyssa Reid and Karl Wolf (June 19) and the Road Hammers (June 20). The Internet Cat Video Festival is on June 18, the Summer DJ Dance Party is on June 21 and the kids character concert is on June 22.
All concerts are free with a Red River Ex gate admission, which sells for $9 at www.redriverex.com. Gate tickets will also go on sale at Mac’s and Sobeys outlets on May 15.
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