Lucky readers get free Louisiana Hayride tickets

Six lucky Pipestone Flyer readers will have an amazing night of entertainment and the newspaper is helping to pick up the tab.

Six lucky Pipestone Flyer readers will have an amazing night of entertainment and the newspaper is helping to pick up the tab.

Six lucky Pipestone Flyer readers will have an amazing night of entertainment and the newspaper is helping to pick up the tab.

The Pipestone Flyer randomly drew the names of lucky winners who receive complimentary tickets to the Louisiana Hayride, a time-traveling tribute show that’s coming to Leduc soon.

Winners include Louis Kwantes, Walter Berger, Marj Oscar, Don Nagel, Clint Bailey and Cherlyn Morrill. Congratulations to our loyal readers.

The ever-popular Louisiana Hayride is a tribute to the radio show that aired decades ago. Many major country and western stars made their debut or their name on the show. Tribute performances will include Patsy Cline, Roy Orbison, Loretta Lynn, Hank Williams and Willie Nelson.

Also, for this year a special tribute will be made to Canadian legends Hank Snow, Anne Murray, Ian and Sylvia Tyson and Shania Twain.

The complimentary tickets are co-sponsored by Black Press and The Louisiana Hayride.

The Louisiana Hayride will be in Leduc’s Maclab Centre one night only Wednesday, Sept. 28 starting at 7:30 p.m. The Maclab Centre is located at 4308-50th Street.

For ticket information call 1-888-655-9090.

 

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