Bluffton Free Street Fair Association, Inc.
with Poor Jack Amusements
“HAPPY BIRTHDAY, INDIANA!”
September 20 – 24, 2016
“Service Animals ONLY on the Midway, except during parades and contests!”
Dirty Deeds – Xtreme AC/DC
The Bluffton Free Street Fair is proud to present Dirty Deeds – Xtreme AC/DC September 23, 2016, at beautiful Kehoe Park located along the banks of the Wabash River. Dirty Deeds is Americas #1 AC/DC tribute band. The concert will feature an hour set from the Bon Scott era followed by an hour long set featuring the Brian Johnson era. Be sure to come early to enjoy a craft beer garden! The craft beer garden will open at 8 PM and close one hour prior to the concerts end. The beer garden will feature craft beers from Wooden Bear Brewing Company, Birdboy Brewing Company, and Granite City Brewery. A dollar from each beer sold will be donated to Bluffton NOW, an organization committed to the revitalization of Bluffton’s downtown.
Tickets to the concert are $10 in advance and $15 dollars the day of the show. All tickets are general admission.
Brian Miser The Human Fuse
With a jolt seven times the force of gravity, Brian Miser also known as The Human Fuse, arcs through the air at nearly 65 miles per hour, and travels 110 feet across the arena. As if that weren’t enough, he’s the first to launch from a self-made crossbow — while on fire!
A certified daredevil, Brian Miser headlined Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey for the last 10 years and has been featured nationally on Conan O’Brian, David Letterman (twice!), Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune and CBS National Radio. Brian’s act description and personal interviews were featured in newspapers across America every week as his unbelievable cannon act was highlighted as a can’t-be-missed event. Miser’s historic Las Vegas stunt not only closed down the famous Strip, but subsequent media coverage of the successful launch was picked up by hundreds of news outlets across the United States.
Wednesday night “The Bulldogs” will be playing the best 50’s & 60’s rock ‘n roll on the Washington street stage. Throughout Northern Indiana, Ohio & Michigan,The Bulldogs take you back the days of the “Drive In” and the “Sock Hop”. The Bulldogs have been bringing the “Oldies” back for most of 20 years. The band started in 1982 as a duo. Over the years they have added the best musicians around. The Bulldogs are now five guys playing the Tri-State area to sold out audiences everywhere they go.
Hope for the Hollow
Friday night, Hope for the Hollow will be playing on the Washington street stage. Hope for the Hollow is a modern hard rock band that fuses together soaring vocals and intricate guitar riffs to form a style of music that has never been heard before. With just enough metal to soothe the “metal heads” palate and balance a healthy mix of breakdowns and powerful lyrics – Hope for the Hollow has a little bit of something for everyone.