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Recycled Percussion returns to Rochester 9/17

The Granite State Fair (formerly Rochester Fair) has announced that NH-based Recycled Percussion will headline the opening Grandstand Show on September 17th.

According to the Fair’s website, “Recycled Percussion is simply one of the most unique shows on Earth. These Vegas headliners blend live music, comedy, and raw creativity together to form an unforgettable audience experience that has taken them to all 50 states, over 35 countries, and even broken 5 world records.”

Recycled Percussion is known for taking ordinary objects like blenders, shopping carts, step ladders, roller skates, and power tools and turns them into an “epic rock concert.”

The production was recently voted the top family show in all of Las Vegas, according to the band’s website.

Tickets to Recycled Percussion are $20 per person. Children 18 months and under free. Fair admission ticket(s) required for entry. Tickets are available online at www.granitestatefair.com.

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