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Back to the Bricks Announces Concert Move, Line-Up

Jason Cooper, WFNT

On Monday morning, the Back to the Bricks committee made some big announcements regarding this year’s concert which will be the 10th annual.

According to WNEM, Flash Cadillac will be performing with the Flint Symphony Orchestra in the evening, and due to the festival’s continued growth, the concert will be held at the former General Motors Weld Tool Center in Grand Blanc.

Al Hatch, Back to the Bricks Chairman, said the move “can accommodate twice as many people out there as well as cars” and that it will be pure family fun. “It’s free and no cost. Just put your folding chair in the trunk of your car, come out.”

The Flash Cadillac and the Flint Symphony Orchestra are scheduled for Friday, August 15th.

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