Rocky Gap Country Music FestivalFor three days of country...

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August 05, 1999|By Karin Remesch

Rocky Gap Country Music Festival

For three days of country music, family activities and arts and crafts, attend the 11th annual Rocky Gap Music Festival this weekend at Allegany College in Cumberland.

Headlining the outdoor celebration tomorrow are Chely Wright and Kevin Sharpe. Sharing the stage Saturday are Deana Carter, Steve Wariner, Joe Diffie and Ty Herndon. And Sunday's lineup includes Bryan White, Trace Adkins, Sammy Kershaw and Ricochet. Regional singers and bands are also scheduled to perform each day.

Gates open at noon, and music starts at 4 p.m. tomorrow. Saturday and Sunday, gates open at 7 a.m.; entertainment starts at 11 a.m. Allegany College campus is on Willowbrook Road, 1/2 mile south of Interstate 68. Tickets are $15 tomorrow, $33 Saturday and Sunday. Package deals available. Call 888-ROCKYGAP.

Storming the beach at Solomons

Be there when soldiers storm the beach at Solomons this weekend, re-creating a military exercise on the site of the World War II Amphibious Training Base for the U.S. Army and Marine Corps.

Board the John W. Brown Liberty Ship, the last operational troopship of WWII, and watch the troops assemble on deck to check their gear before scrambling down nets into a landing craft that takes them to the beach. Or witness the re-enactment from the shore.

Also scheduled is a fly-by of the original Marine Corps World War II Corsair F4U-4 fighter plane.

A dinner dance and stage show is planned after Saturday's re-enactment. The event is sponsored by the Calvert Marine Museum, Project Liberty Ship and the U.S. Marine Corps Historical Company.

Board the John W. Brown at 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Navy Recreation Center. Tickets are $30. Admission is free to watch the re-enactment from the beach. Dinner dance tickets are $40. Call 410-326-2042.

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