KINGSFORD, Mich. (WZMQ) – Last night, the Kingsford Centennial Celebration took a trip down memory lane as the theme for the evening revolved around the iconic era of the 80s. The crowd eagerly awaited the performances of The Glam Band, Stephen Pearcy, and the legendary Vince Neil, the lead singer of Mötley Crüe.
While the main acts stole the spotlight, the Kingsford Centennial Celebration also showcased the talents of local and regional bands on the Blagec Bros stage. Festival-goers were treated to captivating performances by the Fine Line Band and Noise Pollution, further enhancing the vibrant atmosphere of the event.
Anticipation is building for today’s lineup, which will take on a country theme. The stage will come alive with the sounds of Stephen Ray, Andy Gibbons Bad Axe Rodeo, Jim Counter, Runaway June, and the highly anticipated Big and Rich. This diverse collection of country artists promises to captivate the audience and keep the celebration going strong.
The Kingsford Centennial Celebration continues to bring the community together, celebrating a century of history and unity. As festival-goers eagerly await the country music extravaganza, memories of the rocking 80s night will forever be etched in their hearts, reminding them of the incredible moments shared during this momentous occasion.