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Hannah Zimmerman
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Email: Hzimmerm@dncinc.com
Phone: 585-924-3232
06.30.2014
Award winning duo headlines Wednesday, July 30 show
 
FARMINGTON, N.Y. –Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack (FLGR) officials announced this morning that national recording artists Montgomery Gentry will be added to the concert line-up headlining a paid admission show on Wednesday, July 30.

Montgomery Gentry is the second act to be added to this summer’s series with Big & Rich already scheduled for Wednesday, July 16. Seating for both concerts be general admission only and tickets are now available on TicketFly.com or at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack for $12, with day of show pricing set at $17. A total of 6,500 tickets will be available for both shows. Doors are set to open at 6:30 p.m., with an opening act taking the stage at 7:00 p.m.

Kentucky natives, Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, make up the country music duo Montgomery Gentry. Winning three awards in 2000, including the AMA (Amercian Music Award) Favorite New Country Artist, ACM (Academy of Country Music) Top New Vocal Duo, and CMA (Country Music  Association)Vocal Duo of the Year, Montgomery Gentry was also inducted into the Grand Old Opry in 2009. With three platinum certified albums, and fourteen Top 10  singles on the country charts, the group has five #1 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart including “If You Ever Stop Loving Me”, “Something to Be Proud Of”, “Lucky Man” and “Roll with Me”. With eight albums already produced, the duo is working on releasing their ninth album due out later this year.

FLGR is also bringing back its pre-concert “Tailgate Zone” where concert goers age 21-and-over for an additional $15 can get the evening started with an all you can eat picnic dinner, live entertainment and early admission to the concert area before other ticket holders. Tailgate Zone admission is only purchased the day of the show beginning at 4 p.m.

The concerts will be held outdoors, rain or shine, with seating available in the covered Grandstand. All ages are able to attend the concerts, however, guests must be 18 or older to enter the gaming floor. Parking is free, however, tailgating is prohibited.

About Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack: In operation since 1962, the facility added gaming to its offering in 2004 and expanded again in 2013 by adding 33,000 square feet with a $12 million expansion. Nearly two million visitors annually now visit the facility highlighted by over 1,500 gaming machines, the 448-seat Vineyard Buffet, Wolfgang Puck Express, Remedy Bar & Lounge, as well as live and simulcast thoroughbred racing. Gaming doors open at 8 a.m. and racing doors open at 11:30 a.m. daily. For more information, visit www.fingerlakesgaming.com.
 

 
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