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Aruba Music Festival: October 10-11, 2003


Date:      October 10-11, 2003
Venue:    Aruba Entertainment  Center

Tickets:   General admission $35,= p/p per night  

Availabe at:

- Package including roundtrip transportation with De Palm Tours 
- $ 47.50 at all De Palm Tours Activities desks in the lobby of your hotel
- All Texaco Gas Stations

Time:      8:00 p.m./ Gate opens at 7:00 p.m.

Friday, October 10:
Crosby Stills & Nash ( CSN ), One of the most and original musical partnerships of our, Rock'n Roll may of Famers Crosby, Still & Nash (CSN) have captivated the world with their peerless three part harmony, inspired songwriting and brilliant musicianship for more than three decades. The only American band of the original Woodstock era to have a societal impact rivaling that of the Beatles, they have been "the voice of an entire generation". Their songs have meaningfully chronicled the transformations of our time, touching the lives of millions of fans of all ages by way of timeless hits including "Marrakesh Express", "Suite", " Judy Blue Eyes", "Teach Your Children" and "Just A song Before I Go" to name just a few.

Saturday, October 11:
Chicago, With their this year 36th anniversary, Chicago has written, recorded and performed some of the most popular and best loved songs in rock history. They have remained a working band, releasing 27 albums and touching on a continual basis. The latest release, on Rhino Entertainment, "The album debited on the billboard charts at  # 38,  making Chicago the only American rock band ever to chart Top 40 albums in five consecutive decades" a milestone accomplishment. Already, "The Very Best of Chicago" has been certified Platinum, bringing the group's total to 41 Gold and Platinum awards. Some of their hits are "I  Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love", "Look Away" and "You're Not Alone", "What Kind Of Man Would I Be" became a hit when it was included on Greatest Hits
( 1982-1989), an album that remains a bestseller.

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