Tribute To Veterans Concert: The Alter Eagles


ALTER EAGLES [supplied]

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Posted October 31, 2022 | By Friends of Marion County Veterans Park Foundation

Bring your friends, family and dancin’ shoes for this one night only Community Event and be ready to sing along!

For over a decade, The Alter Eagles have been astonishing audiences across the United States with their inspiring tribute to the number one selling band of all time in North America. Having performed over 2000 shows, making them one of the most prolific tribute acts today, Alter Eagles is comprised of 6 versatile vocalists who each play multiple instruments during the show. Whether it’s an outdoor show with 20,000 singing fans or an intimate venue with 100 “Friends of the Band”, Alter Eagles make every performance exciting and memorable. And now, they’re coming to Ocala to help pay tribute to Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States.

The Alter Eagles play all of the Eagles classics, as well as songs from the newer albums and solo careers. “Desperado”, “7 Bridges Road”, “Heartache Tonight”, “One of These Nights” and, of course, “Hotel California” (which boasts Rolling Stone magazine’s 8th greatest guitar solo ever) are just a few in their repertoire.

This is a fundraiser for the Friends of Marion County Veterans Park Foundation. As a non-profit organization, our primary Mission is to honor all Veterans and their families while offering an educational venue for current and future generations of Marion County and beyond. We are grateful, in advance, for your support in this endeavor by inviting family, friends and co-workers! 100% of your donations will go toward much needed upgrades and additions to the Veterans Park!

 

When and where:

Friday, Nov. 11, 2022     6 pm

Ocala/Marion County Veterans Memorial Park

 

Gate opens at 5 pm. Suggested donation is only $15! Please consider bringing your own seating/lawn chairs; free parking in the large library lot at 2720 East Silver Springs Boulevard. Advance tickets may be purchased online at www.marionvetpark.com/how-to-donate or at the gate on event day. For more info, please call Ron Oppliger at 352-804-6953 or email the Foundation at info@marionvetpark.com.