Eddie Money and Kix Brooks to headline 2014 concerts
It’s Secret City Festival time again in Oak Ridge! The bands have been selected, the schedule is filling up, and tickets to this year’s headliner concerts go on sale today (Tuesday, April 29). Tickets are priced at an early bird rate of $18. After May 30, ticket prices go up to $20. Children 10 and under are free with a paying adult.
Grammy-nominated ’80s rocker Eddie Money will bring his blue-collar brand of rock ‘n’ roll to the concert main stage on Friday, June 13, at 7 p.m. The Friday night concert also features local band Jada Blade.
Legendary country music artist Kix Brooks will bring his high energy, hit-filled show to the main stage Saturday, June 14, at 7 p.m. The Saturday night concert will feature opening band Phoenix Drive.
According to Joye Montgomery, Arts Council of Oak Ridge representative and a member of the festival’s executive committee, ticket holders can expect a weekend packed with fun and exciting shows.
“We are looking forward to mixing it up this year with Eddie Money and Kix Brooks,” Montgomery said. “I think these concerts will be some of our most popular events to date.”
Concert tickets may be purchased online at www.SecretCityFestival.com, in person at the Oak Ridge Civic Center, or by calling the ticket line at (865) 230-2956.
Secret City Festival headline entertainment concerts are general festival seating. Concert goers provide their own chairs and blankets. Smoking is limited to designated areas only. No backpacks, coolers, or pets are permitted in the concert area. All bags will be searched prior to entry. While there is no onsite parking, shuttle services are available. Concerts will proceed rain or shine. No refunds will be offered.
The 12th annual Secret City Festival is presented by the City of Oak Ridge, the Oak Ridge Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Arts Council of Oak Ridge. The festival is sponsored by B&W Y-12 and the City of Oak Ridge. The festival features World War II displays and memorabilia, special events at the American Museum of Science and Energy, a children’s area, arts and crafts vendors, and the Living History demonstration, “A Salute to Soldiers.”