City Slang: The third Bestest Concert Ever is coming

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The third annual Bestest Concert Ever will take place at the Royal Oak Farmer’s Market on March 22 between 5 and 8 p.m.

An eclectic bill features Amy Gore and her Valentines, the Candy Band, the Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music, and the Royal Oak High School Jazz Combo.

Admission is $5 per, with 100% of the profits going to the Royal Oak High School Band and Orchestra Instrument Fund and Live the Music Foundation which provides scholarships for music lessons at the Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music.

“Activities Include Rockin the Red Carpet photos, Crazy Hair Salon, Zany Face Painting and a haute couture dress-up station. You can also get your hand immortalized in wax with Creative Arts Studios or play all the instruments you can imagine at the Mccourts Musical Petting Zoo.”

“ There will also be some super yummy food available for purchase including Detroit BBQ, Del Taco and Creative Confections. Milking It Productions will also be on hand with their famous AXL Pale Ale and BRIK Red Ale for the over 21 set.”


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