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The 4th at George's
NASHVILLE, TN (June 23, 2015) – The best seats in town for "Let Freedom Sing -Music City July 4th" will be at The George, an open air restaurant and bar atop the George Jones Museum. In celebration of Independence Day, The George will host a special, reserve-seat event, which will provide patrons the perfect spot from which to watch both the Music City July 4th fireworks and the pre-show concert on the Riverfront Stage below.
In addition to providing a great view, individuals who purchase a ticket will be treated to premium seating for the fireworks and a buffet dinner. Seating is limited and reserved, which means patrons will be free to come and go from The George to visit other areas of the facility without losing their seats for the main event. Ticket price includes admission to the George Jones Museum, Choices restaurant, and the gift shop, as well.
The George is a spacious, open-air restaurant, bar and live music venue. Situated on the roof of the George Jones Museum on 2nd Avenue, the George overlooks the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge and LP Field, and it provides sweeping vista views of the Cumberland River. The George features a full menu and bar.
Tickets are being sold on a first-come, first served basis, and quantities are limited. Purchase price is $200 per ticket, and seating will begin at 10a.m. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit GeorgeJonesMuseum.com.
ARRESTED now in Colorado...but what a story and week for 2 brothers and their stripper sister!
Text messages and tweets by three fugitive siblings who shot at a police officer and robbed a bank reveal a dangerous mindset and a firm bond between the siblings, "We've certainly seen their mindset when... They shot at a law enforcement officer outside of Tampa Bay, Fla., and when they fired inside that bank in Valdosta, Ga. But these additional texts and tweets have given us additional insight," FBI Special Agent Stephen Emmett told "Good Morning America" today. " We are concerned and feel that they are going to continue and cause problems to say the least for law enforcement." Ryan Dougherty, 21; his sister Lee Grace E. Dougherty, 29; and half-brother Dylan Dougherty Stanley, 26, have been on the lam since Aug. 2 when they shot at a police officer attempting to pull their white Subaru Impreza over for speeding. A few hours later, they robbed a bank in Georg…