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Late notice,... but I just found out about this great local event, it's a bargain!
Over fifteen restaurants compete for your vote, Four Great Bands.
Show your friends you'll be there by clicking the YES on the RSVP button and others will want to join in the fun.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door.
You can purchase advance tickets online or at your closest Rapid Roberts C-Store.
One small price gets you all you can eat, and GREAT MUSIC!
Fifteen area restaurants.
Sample and VOTE for your favorite:
Sweet and Sour Chicken
Hot and Spicy
'CODE YELLOW' is a band comprised of members of three other working bands in the Springfield, Missouri area playing the best 70's & 80's.
Two-parts Dropouts, Two-partss Bad Habit Band and one part Dear Mom = CODE YELLOW!
Van Halen...Styx...Heart...Benatar....Jackyl....AND MORE!
'HONKEY TONK RENOVATORS' are a little Bluegrass, a little Country, a little Ozarks Hick-a-Billy, The Honkytonk Renovators have something for everyone. Comprised of musicans from some of Springfield's hottest bands, these guys are guaranteed to put on an amazing show!
'BIG SKILLET'- One of the best bands Joplin Missouri has seen in years. Playing music from many different genres including Classic Rock, R&B, Country, Funk, Blues and many more.
'BIG DAM HEROS' is an alternative country act based out of Springfield, Missouri. The group combines sounds that are reminiscent of "outlaw" and "classic" country movements with a dash of the attitude and intensity of traditional punk rock.
Inventor of Springfield-Style Cashew Chicken, David Leong.
Few people can say they've invented anything of value in their lifetime, first served in 1963 at the Grove Supper Club in Springfield, David Leong, the chef, who moved to the United States from China in 1940, had struggled to gain acceptance for the foods of his homeland so he began searching for a dish that would appeal to local residents' taste buds. His famous deep-fried cashew chicken recipe was so popular he soon opened Leong's Tea House in Springfield. The dish became exceedingly popular in the Springfield area and is often cited as the unofficial "dish of the city". Springfield, Missouri is now in the Guiness Book of World Records for having the most Chinese take-out restaurants, per capita, than any other city in the United States.
Wednesday, April 3rd, 5:00 PM — 10:30pm
Questions Attn: Sertoma/Kristen[masked]