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August 03, 2006

NewSong Festival



Friday, Aug. 25, through Sunday, Aug. 27

Shepherd University's Frank Center, War Memorial Building, Morgans Grove Park and The Mecklenburg Inn; Shepherdstown, W.Va.
Advance tickets cost $12 to $40. Tickets sold for individual days as well as festival pass.

Performers include Kathy Mattea, Diana Jones and The Dreamsicles.

Call 800-594-TIXX (8499) or go to www.newsongfestival.com. Tickets also available at Ellsworth's Music Supply, 832 Washington St., Charles Town, W.Va., and The Blue Moon Cafe, 200 E. High St., Shepherdstown, W.Va.




Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival



Thursday, Aug. 24, through Sunday, Aug. 27

Granite Hill Campground, 5 miles west of Gettysburg, Pa.
Tickets cost $20 to $105 in advance. Tickets sold for individual days as well as packages. Advance ticket sales end 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17.

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About 30 bands expected, including Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys, The Grascals, Cherryholmes, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and Seldom Scene.

Call 717-642-8749 or from outside central Pennsylvania call 800-642-8368. For a ticket order form, go to www.gettysburgbluegrass.com.




Virgin Festival



Saturday, Sept. 23. Gates open at 10 a.m.

Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore
Tickets cost $97.50 (inclusive of a 10 percent Maryland Admission & Amusement Tax and $1.50 for charity) plus ticketing service fees. Children younger than 7 are admitted free but must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult. The festival is general admission.

Two performance stages featuring: Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Who, The Killers, The Flaming Lips, The Raconteurs, Gnarls Barkley, Scissor Sisters, Keane, Thievery Corporation, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The New Pornographers, Drive-By Truckers, Kasabian, Brazilian Girls, Wolfmother.

DJ Tent featuring: Tisto, John Digweed, Carl Cox, RJD2, 2ManyDJs, James Holden.

Tickets are available online at www.ticketmaster.com or 1-800-551-SEAT and at select Ticketmaster outlets.

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