Saturday, July 17, 2010

Kaught Lookin' at POW-MIA Awareness Rally, 2010

Kaught Lookin Plays the 10th Annual POW*MIA Awareness Rally
Friday, July 30, 6 pm – 8 pm Bannock County Fairgrounds, Pocatello, ID

Pocatello, ID - Kaught Lookin, one of Southeast Idaho’s favorite party bands, will play on the day stage at the Bannock County Fairgrounds, Pocatello, ID Friday, July 30, 2010 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm during the 10th Annual POW*MIA Awareness Rally.

Kaught Lookin is a rock cover band from Pocatello, Idaho, known for the experience and energy of their amazing live shows! Kaught Lookin plays classic rock favorites along with some of the best new rock of today. Expect to hear Lynrd Skynrd, Marshall Tucker Band, Alice in Chains, the Black Crows, Buckcherry … and you’ll know every word to every song.

Kaught Lookin singer Ed Horn and bass player Claw are veterans of the U. S. Air Force and along with guitarist Rick Veilleux and drummer Tony Roberts, Kaught Lookin is honored to be a part of the yearly tradition that is the annual POW*MIA Awareness Rally.

The 10th Annual POW*MIA Awareness Rally and Motorcycle Rodeo
Schedule of Events for Friday, July 30th gates open 10AM (lots of vendors)

• Raising and Dedication of the World’s Largest POW*MIA Flag – 10 am
• Day stage concert – Portneuf Gap 1pm-2:30pm
• Day stage show - Lucky Daredevil Thrill Show – 4pm-5pm
• Loudest Pipes Contest – 5pm
• Day stage concert – Kaught Lookin 6pm -8pm “We Rock Because You Rock!”
• Day stage concert – Monrovia 9pm

The POW*MIA Awareness Rally Corp. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the financial support and public awareness of the Prisoner of War*Missing in Action (POW*MIA) issue, the Idaho State Veteran’s Home in Pocatello, Idaho and special charities in the local community that need support.

The POW*MIA Awareness Rally and Motorcycle Rodeo is a three-day annual event held at the Bannock County Fairgrounds in Pocatello.
To commemorate the 10th Anniversary, enter for your chance to win a brand new 2009 Harley Davidson FXD “Superglide” with a custom paint job donated by Stacy’s Paint and Polish. Tickets are $20 each. Join the POW*MIA Awareness Rally on Facebook to see where the bike will be displayed to get tickets!

Also for the 10th Anniversary the POW*MIA Awareness Rally will be bringing in the American Veteran’s Traveling Tribute:
American Veterans Traveling Tribute (AVTT) travels the USA with the Cost of Freedom Tribute to provide a forum for the members of the community to come together to Honor-Respect-Remember all those whom we have asked to stand in harm’s way to protect and defend our great country and freedom as our way of life. They are the true American Heroes and we have an obligation to pay tribute to them by celebrating the freedoms they fought for and stand to insure. The traveling tribute is a true depiction of the great sacrifices made throughout the history of our country. It consists of:

• Displays representing statistics from every war/conflict that the USA has been involved in.
• A series of World War II panels portraying the entire timeline of events.
• A Korean War tribute representing the timeline of the entire conflict with corresponding battle maps and photos.
• The Traveling Vietnam Wall – 80% replica (largest replica) of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC. The "wall" stretches over 380 ft long from end to end and contains all 58,253 names. The "wall" is current through 2009 and is constantly being updated to accurately pay tribute to those who died during the Vietnam War.
• A timeline, series of facts and figures, and a display of art from Vietnam veteran artists depicting patriotic and veteran themes.
• A display of USA founding and significant historical documents including the Constitution, Declaration of Independence and other historical documents.

Ticket prices are $15 for the entire weekend or $40 for the family. Youths aged 6 to 12 years, $5. Military with proper ID and kids under 5 are FREE! The Bannock County Fairgrounds are located at 10588 Fairground Drive, Pocatello, Idaho 83201

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