Christmas Concert To Bring Dukes of Hazzard Stars, Cars to Corunna Church
Luke Duke (Tom Wopat) To Sing Holiday Favorites! Go VIP and Sit In The General Lee! Tickets On Sale Now!
Posted by Owosso Now at 10:21am 10/25/18
A Hazzard County Christmas is coming to Corunna this November. It's a weekend event presented by Shiawassee Harvest Church, starring Luke Duke (Tom Wopat) and Deputy Enos (Sonny Shroyer).
Tom Wopat will sing Christmas selections from the holiday album released by Wopat and John Schneider, "I'll Be Home for Christmas." Schneider, who played Bo Duke on Dukes of Hazzard, won't be able to make the concert on account of his participation in the current season of Dancing With The Stars, but there will be some other "stars" of the show visiting.
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The famed General Lee, the orange 1969 Dodge Charger stock car made famous during The Dukes of Hazzard seven season run, and Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane's police car, will be on display during the weekend event.
It all begins on Saturday November 24th with a live concert by Tom Wopat at Shiawassee Harvest Church, 322 S. Dutcher Street in Corunna. Seating is very limited. VIP tickets are $25 and include a meet & greet, an official event t-shirt and a picture in the General Lee! General admission tickets are $10. All tickets are on sale now!
On Sunday morning, it's A Hazzard County Sunday Morning Church Service with special guest speaker Sonny Shroyer, who played Deputy Enos on the show. The morning service begins at 10am and will include a special Q & A session. There is no cost but seating is very limited.
On Sunday night, Tom Wopat is back at Shiawassee Harvest Church for a second holiday engagement. Wopat will, again, perform holiday favorites beginning at 6pm. VIP tickets for this show are also $25, include a meet & greet, official event t-shirt and a picture in the General Lee. General admission tickets are $10, and all tickets are on sale now!
General admission doors open both nights at 5pm. VIP meet & greets begin at 3pm both days.
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The Keg Has Been Tapped
5th Annual Oktoberfest In Owosso Begins
Posted by Owosso Now at 4:14pm 10/12/18
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The ceremonial keg has been tapped and Oktoberfest in Owosso has begun. This weekend marks the fifth annual celebration of the spirit of friendship and honor of Shiawassee County’s heritage and agricultural traditions.