Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Eli Young Band Headlines in Rogersville on the 4th of July
This year’s Fourth of July Celebration in Rogersville features Country music newcomers The Eli Young Band and the Christian contemporary group Mercy Me. The free concert is held at the Rogersville City Park and last year there was an estimated 50-thousand in attendance. Other attractions include inflatable rides, a climbing wall and the water wars exhibit. The celebration concludes with what Rogersville authorities call one of the largest fireworks shows in the South. They go on to say that this will be the largest production ever in Rogersville with Royston as the presenting sponsor and other local sponsors involved. Church groups and social organizations are asked to volunteer and are promised a 2012 official 4th of July Celebration T-shirt and a good time. The Rogersville 4th of July Celebration is a nonprofit all volunteer organization and all donations are tax deductible. (bg)

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