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Concerts For The Coast Additions

11:01 AM Wednesday 10/13/10 | |

We have two more reasons for attending the two freebie concerts in Gulf Shores, Ala., this weekend – Little Big Town and Green River Ordinance.

Created to encourage economic support for the Gulf Coast following the BP Oil Spill, Concerts For The Coast has two major events coming up in the next few days with Bon Jovi headlining Oct. 15 while Brad Paisley takes command of the stage Oct. 17.

Lineups for both gigs has now expanded with Green River Ordinance opening for Bon Jovi and Little Big Town warming up the crowd for Paisley.

Although both shows at Gulf Shores Public Beach are free events, you still need a ticket if you want to get past the gates. That means doing a little business with one of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism’s partners. Just click here for the info and here for the Concerts For The Coast website.


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