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Stars & Stripes Festival comes to Freedom Hill

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STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. (WJBK) -

The Stars & Stripes Festival has a new home this year at Freedom Hill County Park in Sterling Heights.

The 7th Annual Stars & Stripes Festival, Friday, June 28 - Sunday, June 30, is the largest free festival in Michigan and draws hundreds of thousands of people annually.

Music takes center stage, bringing together world-class recording artists each night as well as the hottest regional and local acts performing on five different stages throughout the festival. Headlining this year's Stars & Stripes Festival will be Collective Soul, CAKE, Puddle of Mudd, Randy Travis and Kool & the Gang.

The concerts are free to attend and VIP seating is offered to purchase for the headlining performances.

Get complete information by logging on to www.starsandstripesfest.com.

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