Arts Jubilee Presents 7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience & FIREWORKS!

Arts Jubilee Presents 7 Bridges: The Ultimate Eagles Experience & FIREWORKS!

July 29, 2021

North Conway, NH – 7 Bridges, the Ultimate Eagles Experience will hit the stage at Cranmore Mountain on Thursday, August 5th as part of the 5-week Arts Jubilee Summer Concert Series.  Immediately following the concert, there will be spectacular fireworks show presented by Atlas Pyrotechnics.

7 Bridges is a Nashville, Tennessee-based Eagles tribute band. Using no backing tracks or harmonizers, 7 Bridges faithfully re-creates the experience of an Eagles concert from the band’s most prolific period. Every show features one brilliant hit single after another with some mighty Don Henley and Joe Walsh surprises sprinkled into the mix. 7 Bridges offers the perfect blend of songs to capture all levels of Eagles devotees. 7 Bridges is a tour de force of talent combining incredible musicianship, vocal precision and a stage presence that has garnered them nationwide acclaim. The band features Jay Sweet as Glenn Frey, Keith Thoma as Don Henley, Joe Sax as Randy Meisner/Timothy B. Schmit, Richie Scholl as the eccentric and unpredictable Joe Walsh, Brian Franklin as guitar wizard Don Felder, and Vernon Roop as Joe Vitale, the often unsung hero of many Eagles studio albums and live performances.

The main concert will start at 7pm with a local opening act, Jeremy Holden performing at 6pm.

Admission is $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, $5 for students, and free for kids 12 and under. Tickets can be pre-purchased online at www.artsjubilee.org or at the gate on the night of the show (cash or credit). Free parking is available on site, and food and beverages is available for purchase on the Zip’s Pub deck.  Seating is not provided at the venue, so concertgoers are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket. Animals are not allowed on the property except for leashed service dogs. All concerts are rain or shine barring extreme weather. For more information visit www.artsjubilee.org.

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