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3/26/05

Easter Bash Moved To Buffalo Springs Lake

Heads-up for this weekend...the location for the 2005 Easter Bash has changed.

The event was originally scheduled to happen at the Canyon Amphitheater, but is now moving to Buffalo Springs Lake.

Ten local bands are scheduled to perform Sunday. Gates open at noon, and the first 75 people will get in free. For everyone else the cost is $10. Advanced tickets are on sale at Ralph's Records for $7.50 and don't forget there is a $3 lake entry fee.

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