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Fat Fry in the Park - A Music Festival

When: Sat., July 23, 12 p.m. and Sun., July 24 2022
Price: Free, $50 to camp
FAT 99, KPHT-LP Laytonville, is hosting a two-day, family friendly music event that will be FREE TO THE PUBLIC coming up July 23 and 24, 2022 at Tan Oak Park just south of Leggett. Fat Radio is providing a venue for local non-profits in hopes of getting donations to further their cause. Nashville recording artist, Chief Greenbud, will be the guest MC for both days with the festivities starting at noon on Saturday the 23 rd . 5 bands on Saturday and 4 on Sunday with a guest appearance by Cash Johnson of the Camo Cowboys to start the day with Chief Greenbud at 11am. Food will be available from the Laytonville Lions Club and Leggett Volunteer Fire Department. Sunday breakfast available from the Laytonville Grange and the Leggett VFD. John Cunaan does hand-made furniture and will have a working display using small diameter forest health wood. For those who wish to stay on-site, there will be limited camping for $50 for the weekend. Contact info@kpht-lp.org for camping. Come on out and enjoy the music of Tom Lasbury, Scott Forbes Band, Kingsnakes with Indiana Slim, While We’re Young, Troy Conners Band and West Coast Turnaround.

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