SOUTHAVEN, Miss. – Entrepreneur Bob Parsons has a reputation for throwing good parties, so visitors can expect the grand reopening of Southern Thunder Harley-Davidson June 7 to be off the chain.
The dealership will host all-day party featuring top musical talent, food, drinks and vendors.
The event will showcase headline performances by classic rockers Black Oak Arkansas and Molly Hatchet. Daytime performers include local bands Trullie Brae, Nuttin Fancy, Dead Soldier and 714. A motorcycle endorsement gets free concert admission for the rider plus one passenger. For all others there will be a $20 requested donation, with all proceeds from ticket and T-shirt sales and 20 percent of all vendor proceeds going to Boys & Girls Clubs of North Mississippi.
“You know, we’re not here for a long time, we’re here for a good time,” said Bob Parsons. “Between the bikes, vendors and bad-ass performances there is not much else a person could ask for, except maybe to benefit a great cause … and we are doing that too.”
Posted by Holly Wagner