Central City Tourism Commission, Muhlenberg County Tourism Commission, Greenville Tourism Commission, and The Eric Group are proud to announce a joint venture at Lu-Ray Park
Central City Tourism Commission, Muhlenberg County Tourism Commission, Greenville Tourism Commission, and The Eric Group are proud to announce a joint venture at Lu-Ray Park & Amphitheater. Friday, September 17, 2021, iconic ‘90s Artists C&C MUSIC FACTORY and TAG TEAM will headline a “‘90s Dance Party” concert. Special guest, DJ SHAY, will open the show.
A password only presale begins Thursday, May 20 at 9am CDT. Fans may receive the password by signing up for the email newsletter at:LuRayAmp.com.Tickets go on sale to the general public (no password required) on Friday, May 21 at 9am CDT.
Sean Mooningham, Concert Manager for Central City Tourism, said, “We can’t think of a better way to celebrate the return of LIVE music to Lu-Ray than a ‘90s Dance Party. This will be the grand finale’ of the season and we’re excited to welcome fans from near and far.”
Heath Eric, Promoter with The Eric Group, added, “It would be difficult, perhaps impossible, to imagine a list of 90’s hits without C&C Music Factory and Tag Team at or near the top. Smash hits like “Gonna Make You Sweat,” “Whoomp! There It Is,” and, “Things That Make You Go Hmmm,” are staples of the Dance & Pop music genres. They have become part of the Hip-Hop & Dance musical fabric and still relevant today.”
Tickets may be purchased as VIP reserved tables for 4 people or as 2-person GA tickets Prices range from $19.50 to $69.50 per person. Capacity is limited. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets ASAP.
Dr. Freddie Mayes, Executive Director of Central City Tourism, said, “This particular concert is extra special in that the Greenville Tourism Commission and the Muhlenberg County Tourism Commission have joined the City of Central City, the Central City Tourism Commission, and The Eric Group to make this event possible. It’s inspiring to have several entities working together to make something big happen at Lu-Ray Amp.”