Hundreds Pack St. Patricks Park for An Evening of Rock & Roll
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-- Before the big storms came through July 1st, the big growl was making some noise at St. Pat's Park.
The crowd was rocking as several popular rock bands took the stage.
Hundreds of people packed the park to hear the bands Saving Abel, Thousand Foot Krutch and Red Light King.
The promoter has been trying to do this for over ten years and finally got the opportunity.
"We do all these shows for 21 and over and now we get to do a show that everyone can go to and keep rock and roll alive and into the next generation," said Tommy Carroll, the programming and content Director for WRBR in South Bend.
Carroll continued by saying, "It's about the experience, and it's about an experience that doesn't cost you an arm and a leg".
Tickets were only fifteen bucks which is a fraction of what you would pay in larger cities.