Native Lights host concerts over Labor Day weekend

Ponca City Now - August 28, 2014 6:48 am

Native Lights is hosting a two-day concert this Labor Day weekend. Candy Byrum, Native Lights Marketing Manager said Country Went Wild kicks off Saturday at 4.

“On Saturday our lineup is Pat Green, Corey Smith, Little River Band, Krystal Keith, Mike Love,” Byrum said.

After the concert there’s an after party at midnight featuring Thomas Martinez and a breakfast buffet. Then you have time to rest up before things start again on Sunday at 4. Sunday’s lineup is Diamond Rio, Eddie Money, Locash Cowboy, Real Big Smo and Travis Kidd.

Byrum said there is room for camping if you want to attend both nights.

“We also have premium camping that’s available, spaces are limited and that comes with electric and sewer and water," Byrum said. "We also have primitive camping if you just want to pop up a tent.”

Both nights are $50, while one night is $28. You can get your tickets at Native Lights now, inside the event center the night of or online at countrywentwild.com

The event is open to all ages and 5 and under get in free.

 

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