You Are Invited to the Confederate Railroad Freedom Concert Presented by Bob Smith for US Senate
Team Smith is excited to announce that we have rented the entire Rochester Fairgrounds for The Concert of The Year for liberty loving people everywhere!
Friday, August 29, 2014. 2pm – 10pm. Gates open at 2pm and entertainment starts at 4pm. Rain or Shine.
Featuring country superstars Confederate Railroad and other live entertainment. Hold onto your hats because this event is going to knock your socks off with LIVE MUSIC! FUN! FOOD! VENDORS! FIREWORKS! SPEAKERS! And SPECIAL GUESTS!
General admission tickets are $20 for adults and children under 12 are free. We have special front row VIP Patriot Boxes available that hold 12 people for a contribution of only $1,000/box. Box contribution includes free entry to a private reception and photo opportunity with the Confederate Railroad, Senator Bob Smith, and other special guests. Box requests are first-come, first-served. Choose from: Ronald Reagan, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Col. John Stark, James Madison, Dolly Madison, Live Free Or Die, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry, Governor Mel Thompson, John Adams, Abigail Adams, John Hancock, Constitution, Nathan Hale, Josiah Bartlett, Declaration of Independence, and John Langdon.
For good eatins’, we will be offering a variety of foods to tempt your palate from burgers and hot dogs and the fixins’ for a nominal charge, and BBQ at a slighter higher cost, or for a little bit more, we will offer something ‘red hot’ for you lobster lovers!
And, to complete the evening, we will have an exciting and spectacular fireworks display at the end of the concert big enough to light the sky with bright, flashy red white and blue streaks of light.
To purchase tickets or to request sponsorship information call the Bedford office at 603-606-1581 or visit www.bobsmithforussenate.com and follow the link. Please make checks payable to Friends of Senator Bob Smith – Freedom Concert.
Contributions to Friends of Senator Bob Smith are not tax deductible as a charitable contribution for Federal income tax purposes