Suzie’s Dogs & Drafts – The Hawkeyes

July 14, 2017

July 14, 2017

21:00 To 0:00

Suzie's Dogs & Drafts 34 N. Phelps Street Youngstown OH 44503

https://www.suziesdogsdrafts.com/

34 N. Phelps St. Youngstown, OH 44503

Event Description

The Hawkeyes:

Live @ Suzie’s Dogs and Drafts

Pittsburgh natives, The Hawkeyes, will be gracing Suzie’s Dogs and Drafts stage bringing their unique blend of heartland rock, rustbelt grit and Americana soul.  The self proclaimed hometown staple of Pittsburgh, PA has played some of the city’s largest stages such as Stage AE and Rex Theater opening for acts such as Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Marcy Playground and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes.

Date: Friday July 14
Time: 9PM to 12AM
Location: Suzie’s Dogs and Drafts
Admission: FREE

Contact Information

Events.Suzies@gmail.com

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