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VAIL – Street Beat free concert series concludes at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The 2005-2006 season will go out in style as Boogie Machine will take you back to the ’70s for a night of disco dancing. Led by H.R. Funkinstuff, the Colorado-based Boogie Machine will “funktify” the night with music from the Bee Gees, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Gloria Gaynor, Donna Summer and Chic, just to name a few. Prizes will also be awarded to those with the most stylish costumes. So break out your biggest afros and remember, chest hair is a plus.The biggest prizes of the night will come courtesy of Volvo Cars of North America as the Vail Valley Foundation will announce the winner of the Volvo S40 sedan that has been on display all winter.If you have previously entered to win, you must be present Wednesday if your name is called. If you haven’t registered to win, and you are resident of Lake or Eagle counties, you will have until 7:15 p.m. to enter the drawing. The winner will be announced near the end of the evening.Out of town guests can also cash in as Volvo Cars of North America, the Vail Valley Foundation and the Town of Vail will draw for the Volvo Vail Grand Prize Guest Giveaway for a lucky non resident. The Volvo Vail Grand Prize Guest Giveaway, will include round-trip domestic airfare for four, two double occupancy deluxe Vail accommodations for five nights, skiing for four or two rounds of golf for four and the use of a 2006 Volvo during the stay. While locals and guest may lament the end of the Street Beat series, they can take heart in knowing that its summer cousin, Hot Summer Nights free concert series, is only two months away, with the opening show scheduled for June 13 at the Ford Amphitheater.The Street Beat free concert series is a project of the Vail Valley Foundation. For more information on the series or the foundation, call 949-1999 or visit, Colorado

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