Rock n Roll Legends, Firehouse & Winger to Headline 30th Clovis Music Festival

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March 23, 2017
Since 1987, Clovis has been rocking its musical heritage, so it only makes sense that for its 30th birthday, the Clovis Music Festival will rock out more than ever.

If it wasn’t for Norman and Vi Petty, the Clovis Music Festival wouldn’t even have a reason to exist. To pay homage to our rock and roll heritage, we’ve snagged Johnny Rogers as Buddy Holly, with special guests Ray Anthony as Ritchie Valens and Brian McCullough as Roy Orbison to perform on Thursday, June 22 to give a nod to the historical Norman Petty Studios on Seventh Street.

And that’s not all. On Friday, June 23, Clovis really gets in gear as 1980s rockers Winger perform with Firehouse. Come out to hear rock hits including “Love of a Lifetime,” “When I Look Into Your Eyes,” “Can’t Get Enuff,” “Seventeen” and “Miles Away.”

But to really rock as hard as it can, the Clovis Music Festival committee decided that combining forces with a rollin’ event like Draggin’ Main was the way to go this year. The Clovis Music Festival will be held on June 22 and June 23 at Marshall Auditorium as part of Draggin’ Main’s week-long festival. Now Clovis can legitimately rock and roll in the same week.

Want even more good news? We’re not even waiting to sell tickets to the public this year! Starting tomorrow, March 24, we have set aside 400 general admission tickets so you don’t have to wait to get your spot at Marshall Auditorium for this phenomenal 30th anniversary rock ‘n’ roll party. Simply go to cmf.clovisrocks.com to get your tickets for both nights! Tickets for Thursday, June 22 are $20, and tickets for Friday, June 23 are $30.

For more information about the Clovis Music Festival or Draggin Main, please call the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce at 575-763-3435.