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George Strait Tribute

Dates: Now - May. 8, 2019
Times: 11:30AM
Category: Performing Arts
Location: Starved Rock Lodge & Conference Center, 2688 E. 873rd Rd., Oglesby, Il 61348
Phone: 815-220-7386
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Veteran Branson Entertainer's Gordy and Debbie pay tribute to living legend George Strait. Hear his greatest hits along with fun facts, trivia about George and a dash of comedy sprinkled in. This husband and wife duo is a must see for all George Strait fans. They currently perform at the Jackie B Goode's Café in Branson, Missouri. Matinee Performance: $39 – includes lunch buffet & show Overnight Stay with Matinee Performance: $168 – includes lunch buffet, show and overnight stay for two Book tickets by calling (815) 220-7386


What's Nearby:
Starved Rock Lodge - Cabins
Joliet Iron Works Historic Site
Utica Business Association
Captain's Cove Bar and Grill
Joliet Slammers Baseball
Kayak Morris

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