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Neil Young tribute at Levoy Theatre

Neil Young tribute at Levoy Theatre

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Broken Arrow

Neil Young tribute band Broken Arrow

Don’t miss out on a chance to grab tickets for Neil Young tribute band Broken Arrow, making an appearance at Millville’s Levoy Theatre Friday, April 24.

Starting at 7 p.m., the Vaudeville Bar will be open for drinks and band merchandise will be available for purchase. The band will take the stage at 8 p.m., performing Young’s classics with their own fresh twist.

Get ready to sing along to some of your favorite tunes and purchase tickets in advance, ranging from $29-$34, plus fees. Levoy Theatre is located at 126 N. High St. For more information, go to

Contact: 609-272-7415

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