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Strawberry Fields Golf Tournament & Beatlemania Concert
Strawberry Fields Golf Tournament & Beatlemania Concert
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/07/2013
12:00 pm

Location
Ledges Golf Course

The South Hadley High School and Pioneer Valley Performing Arts School’s are hosting Strawberry Fields Golf Tournament and Beatlemania concert Saturday Sept 7 at the Ledges Golf Course in South Hadley to raise much needed funds for their music education programs.

The Golf tournament and concert is open to the public the golf tournament starts at 12PM and the concert will follow at 6 PM on the lawn and in the pavilion at Ledges.
BeatleMania will take you on a complete Beatles experience and beyond with authentic era costumes changes and vintage instruments.

This is a great community event and a fun day of golf and night of music for everyone all for a great cause.

Tickets to the concert are just $30 for the lawn and $55 for dinner in the pavilion and the concert. Golf registration includes golf, dinner and the concert. So come play golf or just come to the Beatlemania concert or do both.

Tickets to the concert and golf registration are available at Chicopee Savings Bank, Ledges Golf Course and www.purplepass.com or 800-316-8559. Info at www.beatlemaniastageshow.com

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