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Iowa Rock ‘n Roll annual Labor Day weekend festival set for Arnolds Park

(Arnolds Park (KWWL) The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association announces its annual Labor Day Weekend Festival, which includes workshops, Iowa Rocks Talent finals, Autograph Party, Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony and Concert

The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association Hall of Fame Induction Spectacular will feature  a jam-packed schedule on Labor Day Weekend in The Iowa Great Lakes.

The weekend will include an opening ceremony and parade on Saturday morning in
Arnolds Park.

Workshops on various topics will be offered Saturday at the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll
Music Association Hall of Fame and Museum.

Friday afternoon and evening will feature music performances on the patio of the Iowa Rock
‘n Roll Music Association Hall of Fame & Museum by the Reunion and David Boon & Gary
Lambert.

Saturday festivities include the Iowa Rocks Talent Finals in The Roof Garden
concert venue and an Inductee Meet and Greet. Sunday features the 2019 Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony at The Sami Bedell Center for The Performing Arts and The Hall of
Fame Concert at The Roof Garden.

“We’re excited to welcome everyone to this year’s celebration”, said Ralph Kluseman,
President of the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association. He added: “This year we have an all
new museum home to showcase these Labor Day weekend events. In addition, our
partnership with Arnolds Park gives everyone the opportunity to see the all new Roof
Garden concert venue and the amazing destination that Arnolds Park is.”

While many events are free to the public, Tickets are available at $15 for the Induction
Ceremony at The Sami Center. Tickets range in price from $30 to $50 for the Induction
Concert.

Tickets may be purchased at The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Museum in Arnolds Park or online at
http://iowarocknroll.com  . You can also call: 712-330-0889

The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association exists to preserve the legacy of rock ‘n roll music in
Iowa by honoring achievements, educating youth, and inspiring artists.

Established in 1997, it is a 501(c)(3) non- profit statewide organization with many areas of service including: Hall of Fame recognition, Rock ‘n Roll Museum, live music and other community events, the Iowa
Rocks Talent competition for young performers, and educational outreach.

For more information, contact Patsy Donovan, Acting Executive Director, Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association
pdonovan@iowarocknroll.com 712-330-0889

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Ron Steele

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