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Downtown Music Festival: 80's Revival Concert

Date/Time

Sep 28, 2013
06:00 PM until 11:00 PM

Description


We’ll have you shakin’ all night long, you material girls and boys, so don’t stop believin’ --  we’re bringing ArtWalk Nashua’s Saturday night to a total eclipse (of the heart). There will be no reason to leave downtown with such a fun-filled, culturally invigorating weekend. Come join us as we shut down Main Street and (flash)dance under the stars to your favorite hits performed by local sensations Radio Star and Best Not Broken

Keep Nashua’s art scene as vibrant as it can be, get your tickets today. Tickets are $5 and are available online.

Presented by the Nashua Chamber of Commerce and AutoFair.

Cost

$5

Location

View map Main Street
Between High and Pearl Streets
Nashua, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Nashua Chamber of Commerce

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