'Tributemania' hits the stage for 33rd Annual East Providence Heritage Days Fest

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EAST PROVIDENCE — The 33rd Annual East Providence Heritage Days Festival takes place over the weekend of July 19-21 on the grounds of Pierce Memorial Field.

Tickets are $5 on July 19, $10 for both July 20 and 21. Children under 12 are admitted free daily in the company of an adult. There are no weekend passes. Tickets must be purchased separately. For more information about the event or to volunteer email heritagedaysmusic@yahoo.com; visit www.epheritagedays.com or call 401-435-1999. Heritage also has a presence on Facebook, www.facebook.com/epheritage.

The following is a schedule of events:

Friday, July 19

Doors Open 6 p.m.

Fanelli Midway, Ethnic Food & Crafts

7 p.m. -TRAMPS LIKE US-Bruce Springsteen Tribute

Saturday, July 20

Doors Open 3 p.m.

Classic Cars. Fanelli Midway, Ethnic Food & Crafts

4 p.m.-Los Sugar Kings (Multicultural Cuban/Latin, Field Tent)

6 p.m.-Atlas Soul (Afro-Mediterranean Jazz/Funk, Field Tent)

​Stadium Opens 7:15pm

8 p.m-WHO ARE YOU-A Celebration of The Who

9:30 p.m.-UNFORGETTABLE FIRE-U2 Tribute

Classic Cars, Fanelli Midway, Ethnic Food & Crafts

Sunday, July 21

Doors Open 3 p.m.

Classic Cars, Fanelli Midway, Ethnic Food & Crafts

4 p.m.-35th Parallel (MediterrAsian Multiinstrumental, F. Tent)

5 p.m.-Power League Wrestling (Field)

6 p.m.- Koliba ( Afro-Pop, Field Tent)

Stadium Opens 6:15 p.m.

7 p.m.-AM/FM-Three Dog Night/Rascals Tribute

9 p.m.-BEGINNINGS-Chicago Tribute

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