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Wolverine Harley-Davidson's Harley Fest

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STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. (WJBK) -- Wolverine Harley-Davidson's Harley Fest presented by 106.7 The D, returns to Freedom Hill County Park on Saturday, June 14th. The annual event, which drew over 30,000 people last year, is free to attend and will feature thousands of bikes on display along with live music from national and regional bands.

Jackyl will be headlining this year's Harley Fest. One of the highlights this year will be a two-hour public meet and greet with Jackyl's lead singer and star of truTV's hit reality show "Full Throttle Saloon," Jesse James Dupree. 

Freedom Hill is located at 14900 Metropolitan Parkway in Sterling Heights. For complete concert/event information, season tickets and venue sponsorships, visit www.freedomhill.net  or call 586-268-9700.
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