The bands share equal billing for the
Witt says it's "very much a bottom up kind of concert," meaning members of the community as well as previous board members said they wanted to hear this kind of music.
"Our first response was that's great, we'd love to do it, but we've had trouble selling tickets to these kinds of things and we don't have any programming endowment. So we've got to make sure we at least break even."
That's why sponsors are critical, she said, because they help minimize the risk.
"Members of the community as well as (the Marilyn and William)
"I hate to use the word nostalgic, but it's nostalgic," Estes said. "It is a part of musical history. All of these people were instrumental in lending their stamp on American pop music. It is a nostalgic moment where people can and listen to these original artists they've heard for years."
According to information provided by Estes,
The Buckinghams were made famous by their chart-topping hit with their No. 1 song, "Kind of a Drag."
Offering a variety of concerts is "just a way to diversity our programming for our audience and it's a way to diversify our audience for the venue," Estes said. "One can't happen without the other"
Regular tickets go on sale Saturday and cost
Call the RiverPark box office at 270-687-2787 or visit riverparkcenter.com using the code word "BOOMER."
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