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Fort Wayne area bands do the legends at 'Down the Line 4'

A great night of music at the FWET.
A great night of music at the FWET.
photo from fwembassytheater.org

Some of Fort Wayne's most talented bands will come together Saturday, February 20th at 7:00 pm at the Embassy Theater for 'Down the Line 4: Legends from Locals'. This all-ages show will be filled with music from area bands doing sets from Rock and Roll legends.

The bill includes Brother (doing Queen), Fawn Liebowitz (doing David Bowie), Flamingo Nosebleed (doing the Ramones), Thunderhawk (the Beatles), and Huckleberry Blue doing a set of Hank Williams Sr.


'Down the Line 4: Legends from Locals' is a one-night-only event sponsored by Hoosier Park Racing and Casino.


"The Embassy Theatre is a vital part of Fort Wayne's downtown and a special local landmark that

rivals any historical theater in the country. We're proud to continue our Down the Line sponsorship for

a second year and help ensure the Embassy continues to be the premier entertainment venue for the

northeast Indiana community,"
said Jim Brown, general manager, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino.


Tickets are on sale for $12 at the Embassy Theater box office, all Ticketmaster locations and Ticketmaster.com.

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