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Punk Rock and Kustom Cars Converge at Hootenanny Fest

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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 Rev. Horton Heat
Bouncing Souls
The Growlers
The Supersuckers
3 Bad Jacks
Old Man Markley
Roger Alan Wade
Chris Shiflett & Dead Peasants
Goddamn Gallows
Kevin Seconds
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