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Fall Fest features Darryl Worley, Collin Raye, Sugar Ray and Cheap Trick

The Fall Fest Committee is pleased to announce the entertainment line-up for this year’s event. The three-day event will be held in downtown Lawrenceburg on Thursday, Sept. 25, Friday, Sept. 26, and Saturday, Sept. 27.

The festival will feature free Murray Brothers rides Thursday and Friday starting at 6pm and Saturday starting at noon.

Saturday’s activities will include a chili cook-off at the Lawrenceburg Fire Department, a car show, and Dearborn County Hospital’s Health Walk. The evening will close with a fireworks display beginning at 10:30pm.

This year’s entertainment at Todd-Creech Park will include:

Thursday (free event): Centerline with DJ Adkins and The Menus

Friday, beginning at 8 p.m.: Darryl Worley and Collin Raye, gates open at 6 p.m.

Saturday, beginning at 5 p.m.: Off the Hook, Sugar Ray and Cheap Trick, gates open at 3 p.m.

Ticket prices for Friday and Saturday concerts are $10 in advance and $15 at the gate. Special VIP tickets are available for $35 each.

The VIP experience is sponsored by Hollywood Casino and includes private event seating in close proximity to the stage, VIP bar service, food and private party area.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Sept. 10,  at the following locations: All United Community Bank branches, Dearborn County Visitor’s Bureau, Lawrenceburg Community Center and Hollywood Casino Gift Shop.

Ticket quantities are limited. CASH ONLY

For more information, visit:

Or call: 1-800-322-8198

Vendor space is still available. For information on vendor space, contact: Kelly Will or pick up an application at Lawrenceburg City Hall, 230 Walnut Street.

Residents living within the Lawrenceburrg city limits will receive information in their mailbox regarding obtaining complimentary tickets. Free admission will NOT be granted at the gate.

“We are looking forward to an enjoyable event this year for our residents as well as the visitors to our City,”  said Mayor Dennis Carr, 2014 Fall Fest Committee chairman.