Crystal Lake gets ready to rock again to 70s, 80s hits
The biggest music of the 70s and 80s will return to Crystal Lake when LAVA Rock appears at the Raue Center for the Arts for the “Legends of Rock” show at 7:30 p.m. on Aug 10, according to a press release.
The show will be a fundraiser for repairs on the center's roof.
LAVA Rock gets its name from the initial letters of rock legends Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Van Halen and AC/DC.
“I think Crystal Lake is lucky to have a venue like Raue Center, and LAVA Rock was lucky that the folks there took a chance on us by hosting our first-ever ‘Legends of Rock’ show back in April of 2016," LAVA Rock vocalist Kerry Devine said in the news release. "I never forget that experience, and I'm always excited to play a show there. Playing in front of your hometown crowd in a place like the Raue can’t be beat.”
The band members will impersonate rock lead singers such as Robert Plant, David Lee Roth and Steven Tyler as pat of the show.
Tickets purchased before the show are $10 apiece and available online at rauecenter.org, by calling 815-356-9212 or by going to 26 N. Williams St. in Crystal Lake. Tickets at the door are $15.