J. Roddy Walston and Ripe join music lineup for Bonfire Block Party
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What: 2019 Bonfire Block Party.
Where: Bonfire Brewing in Eagle.
When: Friday, May 31-Sunday, June 2.
Bonfire Brewing and Optimum Events have added two additional bands to the music lineup for the annual street party slated for Friday, May 31, through Sunday, June 2. J. Roddy Walston and The Business and Ripe join The Lil Smokies, North Mississippi Allstars and Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, all previously announced as festival talent. Six more bands will be announced by March 19 and two-day early bird general admission and VIP experience tickets are now on sale.
Roots and southern rockers, J. Roddy Walston & The Business have been road warriors since their formation in 2002 in Richmond, Virginia. Regulars on big festival stages such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits, J. Roddy and the band has experienced explosive growth in its fan base thanks to its incredible live shows and studio recordings.
Bringing an edge to the party, Ripe’s high-energy, feel-good music has garnered them live and streaming fans alike. The band’s breakout album “Hey Hello” put them on the charts and its tracks such as “Pretty Dirty (In the Fading Light)” and “Goon Squad” have each clocked around 2 million Spotify streams, and regular appearances at Levitate and Summer Camp Music Festivals have solidified Ripe’s spot on the music scene.
Tickets for the 2019 Bonfire Block Party are on sale now. The Block Party includes 11 bands performing on three stages, Bonfire Brewing craft beer and local food vendors, all on the streets of downtown Eagle. Kids 12 and younger are free for general admission and ages 2 and younger are free for the VIP experience.
A portion of all Bonfire Block Party proceeds will benefit nonprofit partner, The Cycle Effect. For more information and to purchase tickets online, visit http://www.bonfire blockparty.com.
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