Franklin, OH (PRWEB) April 25, 2011
JD Legends Entertainment Complex in Franklin, Ohio, today announced its 2011 summer concert lineup. Artists scheduled to appear include country artists Justin Moore, Easton Corbin, Tracy Lawrence, Craig Morgan and Randy Houser. In addition the Marshall Tucker Band, Blackberry Smoke, 32 Below and Poison front man and Apprentice star Bret Michaels. All shows are outdoors rain or shine.
Charlie Samaan, General Manager for the club, says, "This summer's lineup will be even better than last year?" It will be the best concert series in the Dayton, Ohio, area. In addition to summer concerts, the club will also host some other special events that will be announced soon.
JD Legends also plans to announce two more big shows later on in the summer.
JD Legend customers who want a great deal on seeing all national acts and local shows can also see all 34 shows for one low price of $169 by going to http://www.jdlegends.com/platinum_pass_oh.htm. JD Legends offer tickets online thru http://www.etix.com, http://www.jdlegends.com or you can call and pay by phone at 937-746-4950.
In addition you can view the entire summer schedule http://www.jdlegends.com/concert_sched.htm.
JD Legends Beach Volleyball Club is part of a 24,000 square foot entertainment complex that offers a bowling alley, arcade games, sports bar, restaurant, beach volleyball, Tiki bar and outdoor music pavilion.
All shows are general admission and there are special tables for V.I.P.'s. Sponsorship opportunities are available for businesses.
For additional information about the 2011 summer concert lineup or venue information, please visit http://www.jdlegends.com.
JD Legends Beach Volleyball Club is a three-court beach volleyball club that has a tiki bar and an outdoor music pavilion which hosts volleyball leagues and music concerts on the weekends. Attached to the facility is a restaurant and 24-lane bowling center. JD Legends was formed in 2003 after the new owners, Eli and Wasfi Samaan, purchased and invested $1.8 million in renovations to help the failed bowling center to become one of the top Entertainment Complexes in Ohio. The facility is located at 65 Millard Drive in Franklin, Ohio, one mile west of I-75, exit 38. The company has 50 full and part time employees.