Entertainment To Run On All Cylinders Saturday Night
If you're looking for entertainment, action and great giveaways then look no further then attending this Saturday's Manchester Wolves game on Brady Sullivan Field at the Verizon Wireless Arena at 7:05 p.m.
Fans will be rocked with excitement from start to finish when the Wolves (5-6) take on the South Georgia Wildcats (8-3) as every fan through the door will receive a free pass to visit the New England Dragway while also being treated to a special adrenaline-pumping halftime performance by New Hampshire band 'Recycled Percussion'.
New England Dragway, still owned by most of the racers who built it, is the only 1/4-mile drag strip in New England. It is open four days a week from the beginning of April through the end of October. Facility improvements continue at the track and as a result its prominence among the nation's racing facilities has grown, as well. Its premier event is the IHRA Amalie Oil North American Nationals featuring the kings of drag racing - Top Fuel. New England Dragway also hosts 'Fun Ford Weekend' and several major events including the long-running 'Jet Cars under the Stars' show. To accommodate today's new generation of racer the track also hosts the NOPI Nationals.
"We're thrilled to form this great partnership with the Manchester Wolves," said Cliff Jacques, Marketing Director for New England Dragway. "Drag racing and Arena Football...both are high energy, super fast action. We believe Wolves fans will enjoy the thrill of drag racing, so we're inviting them to go online and redeem their coupons that we're giving out tonight and join us for the 'Night of Thrills' presented by the New England Dodge Dealers on July 14th."
Recycled Percussion, formed in Goffstown, will once again entertain Wolves fans for the second year in a row. The group, made up of three high-energy drummers and turntablist "DJ Dirty Soul," uses a stage with a massive drum kit, buckets, industrial drums and large power tools to create their "Junk Rock" sound. Their show has drawn wide-ranging acclaim as a "can't miss" show by NBC's "Today" show, Disney and the NBA.
The brainchild of Goffstown resident Justin Spencer, Recycled Percussion was formed in 1995 and made their first public appearance at the Goffstown High School talent show that year. The members of the band have changed over the years, but their sound has remained remarkably true. The band plays mostly high school and college venues, but has performed at numerous halftime shows for professional sporting events, as well, and has an ever-growing fan base.
The band will bring its pure athleticism, rhythmic grooves and hip-hop inspired percussion sound, which will surely entertain all fans in attendance.
"It's going to be a real treat for our fans," said Wolves General Manager Angelo Mazzella. "This group has been all over the nation, and now they'll be able to perform once again in front of a home crowd."
Visit the New England Dragway, located in Epping, N.H., at www.newenglanddragway.com or call them at 603.679.8001 today! For more information on Recycled Percussion visit www.recycledpercussion.com.
Don't miss another exciting season of Manchester Wolves football in 2007! For information on season tickets, or merchandise, fans can contact the Wolves at 603.627.WOLF (9653) or visit them on the web at www.manchesterwolves.com.
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