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Rosebud will be alive with music and art on Aug. 31

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Me and the Missus will perform the showcase in Rosebud Aug. 31. Me and the Missus will perform the showcase in Rosebud Aug. 31.

Rosebud Valley  will be alive with the sound of music at the 9th Annual Outdoor Music Festival Aug. 31.


“The 15 Minutes of Fame Music Festival is a diverse, one-day music festival featuring an eclectic mix of established artists as well as up-and-coming and amateur musicians from Alberta and BC,” says Event Manager,  Carmen Paterson.
“During the course of the day you will hear everything from the sounds of blue grass and hip-hop to rock and roll and folk music. There may even be some ‘fire-breathing’.  And definitely children dancing and singing. The Festival will also include a Vendor’s Lane and an Artistic Alley featuring local visual artists.”
Food and beverages will be supplied by local chefs from Wild Horse Jack’s Bistro and Grill and the Thorny Rose Café.
Also, for the fourth year in a row one lucky audience member will get to be the subject of a free 15 Minute of Fame Painting by local artist Randall Wiebe. For $18 (advance single ticket and $45 for a family) visitors won’t find a better outdoor entertainment package than what is offered at The 15 Minutes of Fame Music Festival.”
Also announced is the return of The Badland Boars (Rosebud, Alta.); Me & the Mrs. (Rosebud);  Men of the Bud (choir-Rosebud); Jessica Benini (Victoria, B.C.); The Peacocks (Rosebud); Cassia Schramm (Rosebud); Natalie Gauthier (Rosebud); Taliex (Dubstep DJ, Edmonton, Alta.); Joal Kamps, (Calgary, Alta.); Loose Kannons (Fort Macleod, Alta.); International Cold Beats (Calgary); Fools Tongue, (Edmonton); The Rosebud River Valley Boys (Rosebud) and Brilliance (Fire Dancer, Calgary).
The 15 Minutes of Fame Music Festival is held at the West Opera House Square (on Main street between the Opera House and the Thorny Rose Café) in Rosebud, Alberta, on Aug. 31 of the Labour Day Weekend.
Rain or shine, the Festival runs from noon until dusk (with gates opening at 11 a.m.).
Tickets can be booked in advance through the Rosebud Theatre box office: 1-800-267-7553.

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