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The Beach Boys, LeAnn Rimes to headline 2015 Family Gras

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The Beach Boys, LeAnn Rimes and pop sensation Becky G. will headline 2015 Family Gras.

Family Gras will take the stage February 6-8. It is staged on the median at Veterans Boulevard just east of Severn Avenue. The three-day event promotes carnival, costuming and concerts featuring national and local artists. The event is free and open to the public.

The concert and festival will also feature Lou Gramm, the original voice of Foreigner; country music star Easton Corbin; local favorite Allen Toussaint; Amanda Shaw; Remedy; Creole String Beans; NOLA Supergroup; So Long; Storyland; and Cowboy Mouth.

The lineup is as follows:

Friday, February 6: Nola SuperGroup and Allen Toussaint

Saturday, February 7: So Long, Storyland, Lou Gramm (the voice of Foreigner), Cowboy Mouth, Becky G. and The Beach Boys

Sunday, February 8: Remedy, Creole String Beans, Easton Corbin and LeAnn Rimes

Concert goers can gain access to a Backstage Experience for the weekend by purchasing a $99 Royal Pass through Ticketmaster.

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