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B100 announces birthday party performers

SOUTH BEND - B100 radio station released the names of the country music stars that will perform at the 17th annual B100 Birthday Party this morning. Headlining the annual country-music party on Sept. 9 will be "Redneck Yacht Club" singer Craig Morgan and Jodee Messina of "My Give a Damn's Busted" and "Bye Bye" fame. Rounding out the lineup are the Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Josh Thompson.

Posted on June 27, 2011 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on June 27, 2011 at 12:46 p.m.

Editor's note: The original story had the incorrect date for the B100 Birthday Bash. It has since been fixed.

SOUTH BEND - B100 radio station released the names of the country music stars that will perform at the 17th annual B100 Birthday Party this morning.

Headlining the annual country-music party on Sept. 11 will be "Redneck Yacht Club" singer Craig Morgan and Jodee Messina of "My Give a Damn's Busted" and "Bye Bye" fame.

Rounding out the lineup are the Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Josh Thompson. The artists will perform beginning at noon with Hayes taking the stage first, followed by the Eli Young Band, Thompson, Messina and Morgan.

Tickets will be made available beginning July 8. The event happens at Bud Light Festival Park on the St. Joe County Fairgrounds, between Ireland and York Roads south of Jackson Road.


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