Peach city ready to rock

As of Feb. 8, organizers of the Rock the Peach festival have confirmed seven acts out of 16 for the three-day event in July.

As of Feb. 8, organizers of the Rock the Peach festival have confirmed seven acts out of 16, including:  Ronnie Dunn, Sam Roberts Band, Collective Soul, WAR, Three Dog Night, Treble Charger and Blackie and The Rodeo Kings.

An additional three offers have been made and the outcome is expected soon, and the same goes for the remaining six acts.

Organizers expect to finalize bookings for the July 27 to 29 show by the end February, adding that the remaining acts will not be fillers, promising that all acts at the first-ever music festival will offer world-class musical entertainment.

Rock the Peach will also offer theatrical performances, roving artists, comedy, clowns and circus acts, magicians and more as well as children’s entertainment.

 

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