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9ine Foot Squirrel Rocks Cheyenne Bowl During Alumni weekend


Posted date: Jun 18, 2016

by: Jason Padgett
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9ine Foot Squirrel at Cheyenne Bowl
Cosmic Bowl at the Cheyenne Bowl has never rocked as hard as it did tonight. 9ine Foot Squirrel performed a live set which included many of their original songs, mixed in with classic covers.

Everyone had a great time during this all-ages event. The music was loud and fast, the food was delicious, the beers went down way too fast, and the kids spent the night dancing and chasing each other around the venue, a good time was had by all.

Cheyenne Bowl plans on having other live performances in the future. I have not heard of any confirmed dates as of yet, but if you and your band are interested in performing there, please contact Cheyenne Bowl. I for one, will be there for your show.
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