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Collective Soul, Everclear To Perform At National Cherry Festival

By Beth Milligan | Feb. 25, 2020

Alternative rock bands Collective Soul and Everclear will perform at the National Cherry Festival on July 11, festival organizers announced Monday.

Collective Soul's self-titled debut album went triple-platinum and spent 76 weeks on the Billboard 200 charts, producing such hits as December, The World I Know, and Where The River Flows, which all reached number one on the Mainstream Rock charts. The band also spent a record-breaking 15 weeks on the Mainstream Rock charts with single Heavy off the album Dosage. Everclear also topped the '90s charts with multiple rock hits, including Santa Monica and Father of Mine; the band continues to produce new albums and actively tour today.

Tickets for the concert go on sale Friday, February 28 at 9am online and are $35 for general admission and $50 for reserved seating. A limited number of VIP Deck passes are also available for $135 that include adult beverages, a full buffet meal, and an elevated viewing area of the stage.

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