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Neil Young tribute on 3-Eh Stage

Fans of legendary Canadian rocker Neil Young are in for a treat on Saturday night

Fans of legendary Canadian rocker Neil Young are in for a treat on Saturday night July 7th when Live Rust takes to the 3-Eh Stage.

The Vancouver-based tribute band pays homage to a musician who has been inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, and who is considered to be one of the great song writers of his generation.

Expect the band to kick it up with more than just the usual Neil Young fare—there will be some real rockers included in the set. The Live Rust performances will be the first of six concerts

Opening the Saturday night concert are local favourites Aaron and Max Francis.

Gates open at the Creston Ramada outdoor site at 5 pm and show time is 7 pm. Tickets are available at the Ramada, Black Bear Books and Fly in the Fibre. Kids under 12 are admitted free when in the company of an adult.

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