New Labor Day Music Festival To Feature National Touring Acts

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BERLIN — Airlift Entertainment will present the 1st Annual Labor Day Music Festival on Friday, Aug. 30 through Sunday, Sept. 1 in Berlin at Airlift Acres, which is just six miles outside of Ocean City.
Airlift Acres is a 50-acre open air outdoor venue with plenty of space for parking located at 11039 Worcester Highway, behind Holy Trinity Church. There will be three days of great food from a variety of vendors, beer and wine, and live music from national touring acts such as Slaughter; Ramble On-The Pure Zeppelin Experience; Shot Down in Flames, an AC/DC Tribute band; KORUPT; Cold Gin- The Ultimate National KISS Tribute band; Loud Love, and much more.
This first-time event is sponsored by the Ocean City Police Department F.O.P Lodge 10 as well as L.E.O.S.A (Law Enforcement Officers Safeguarding America). This is an all-ages show so bring the family and kids for a great time and the perfect opportunity to come out and help support the Worcester County Humane Society and many other local deserving charities.
Guests are encouraged to bring your low back lawn chairs or blankets to set up and enjoy this show in one of the most unique settings around.
Hours of operation are Friday and Saturday, Aug. 30 and 31, from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 1, 12:30 p.m.-11 pm. Friday tickets are $28, Saturday and Sunday tickets cost $23 and VIP tickets are $75 apiece and include meet and greet with the headliner at the end of the show.
For more information, www.airliftentertainment.com, or find Airlift Entertainment on Facebook.

Schedule
Friday, Aug. 30 headliner: Slaughter 7-9 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 31 headliner: The Pure Zeppelin Experience 7-9 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 1 headliner: Cold Gin 7-9 p.m.

Also Appearing:
Shot Down in Flames (AC/DC tribute band)
KORUPT
Loud Love
Rob Fahey & The Pieces – Formerly of The Rayvns
The British Invasion – Beatles tribute

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