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Sterling Stage Close Out 2017 With a Bang Next Weekend

The 2017 festival season comes to a close Labor Day weekend when Sterling Stage presents the 10th annual Last Daze of Summer, August 31 – September 4th. On tap for this year’s festivities are 2 nights and 4 sets of Max Creek, as well as the Sterling debut of Midwest jam band favorites The Werks as they headline Friday night with 2 sets. Rest up and take your vitamins. You’ll be up late. Last Daze will feature a bluegrass campfire session late night theme, kicking up some dirt in the Sinatra Lounge with Chris James & Mama G Friday late night and the Blind Owl Band on both Saturday and Sunday late night. And that’s just the tip! It’s another disgustingly good lineup and expertly curated show schedule, just like Ameribeat was in July. Last Daze will also feature the Honey Smugglers, Boogie Low, Subsoil, Root Shock, and many more favorites. Good luck finding some down time.

 

Still offering the best bang for your buck around these woods, 4 days of heady bliss will cost you only $70, pre-sale, at sterlingstage.com or one of the retail outlets listed on their Facebook page. Tickets will be available for $85 at the gate during the festival. Each ticket always includes free camping and “bring your own privileges.” Come on out and grab one last slice of life before they close the gates until 2018. See you there!

 

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