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ROCKINGHAM— Concert promoters have announced the replacement band following the death of group scheduled to perform the first night of Epicenter Festival.

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ROCKINGHAM – Reigning track champions Michael Smith and Allen Furr of Clinton are expected to be among those taking advantage of the free entry aspect of this week’s annual Racers Appreciation Bracket Shootout at Rockingham Dragway.

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ROCKINGHAM — A band that recently lost a member will not be performing at the inaugural Epicenter Festival.

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ROCKINGHAM — To celebrate the start of its second 50 years of operation and in anticipation of the upcoming Epicenter Festival, Rockingham Dragway has completed one more phase of a comprehensive upgrade to its infrastructure.

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ROCKINGHAM ― A special reunion was announced Tuesday afternoon for May’s Epicenter Festival that’s sure to make metal fans bang their heads.

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Wednesday, 02 January 2019 14:38

Rockingham Dragway announces eclectic 2019 schedule

ROCKINGHAM — Anchored by the inaugural Epicenter Festival, a three-day musical extravaganza featuring more than 40 different rock bands, Rockingham Dragway on Wednesday announced a 2019 schedule that also features not one, but two of the big money bracket races produced by SFG Promotions, the 28th annual AMRA All-Harley World Finals and the return of the NHRA Lucas Oil Series/National Open combo event that proved so popular in its debut a year ago.

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Monday, 31 December 2018 17:14

A look back: Top stories of 2018

ROCKINGHAM — As 2018 comes to a close, we decided to take a look back at some of Richmond County’s top news stories of the year.

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ROCKINGHAM — The upcoming Epicenter music festival will have the largest economic impact of any event ever held in Richmond County, according to County Manager Bryan Land.

During his report to the Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, Land said attendance is “expected to eclipse 90 to 100,000 attendees and the economic impact will be larger than any NASCAR event we have ever hosted.”

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