On March 30, 2016

New music series continues at Merchants Hall with double bill

Courtesy of Merchants Hall

Rick Redington & the Luv, left, and the Aerolites, right, will perform live at Merchants Hall, April 1. No fooling.

Friday, April 1 at 7 p.m. — RUTLAND — Local treasure Rick Redington with his group “the Luv,” and the Aerolites from Burlington, will be performing live at Merchants Hall in Rutland on Friday, April 1. Starting at 7 p.m, Rick Redington makes his Merchants Hall premiere with a solo performance. The Aerolites, featuring Dannis Hackney from Netflix hit “A Band Called Death” and Reggae band “Lambsbread,” will take the stage at 8 p.m. Rick Redington & the Luv will finish the night as a full rock trio.

Tickets are $13. This event is all ages and BYOB with a valid ID. For more information about this and other shows, visit vtfamfest.com.

Merchants Hall is located at 42 Merchants Row, Rutland.

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