Battle of the Bands returns

S helby McEachron

Granville FFA Reporter

 

If you have ever been to a GranvilleFFABattle of the Bands then you know that you don’t want to miss the next one. In the past years, we have seen Ozzy, Larry the Cable Guy, and Elvis. Who will it be this year? This year’s Battle will be of epic proportions with 24 acts booked, not including surprises and giveaways. Some of the bands on tap are The Cosmonauts, Carry the Tradition, Chemical October, and Poseidon. As usual, the Battle will be weird, wonderful, crazy and this year, even a little scary. This year tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. This year’s Battle t-shirt is awesome and will be $15. OR you can buy an advancd ticket and t-shirt for $20 and save yourself $5. Don’t wait to hear about how great this year’s Battle of the Bands was… come on out and support the Granville FFA!

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