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Punk Rock and Kustom Cars Converge at Hootenanny Fest
Punk rock legends Rancid, The Rev. Horton Heat and Bouncing Souls are a few of the bands to perform at The Hootenanny annual music festival and classic car show July 7 at Oak Canyon Ranch.
The 18th annual Hootenanny will feature more than 300 classic cars and will hold a Miss Hootenanny pinup contest. The car show will feature hundreds of kustom cars -- customized cars from the early 1930s to the early 1960s -- pinstripers and painters, a live "chop top" demo as well as pinup girls, live tiki carving and hundreds of local vendors.
Tickets are are on sale now.
THE HOOTENANNY LINEUP:
The Rev. Horton Heat
3 Bad Jacks
Old Man Markley
Roger Alan Wade
Chris Shiflett & Dead Peasants
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