Kansas City's Puddle of Mudd and Quiet Riot will headline a music festival on Saturday, September 11 at Central Missouri Speedway 3.5 miles north of Warrensburg.

The bands are headlining the Embrace Your Freedom Music Festival at the speedway. Other bands scheduled to appear include the nation's premier AC/DC cover band High Voltage and Los Angeles-based family rock/metal band Liliac. A fireworks show will follow the concert.

The show is being produced and promoted by It's Only Money Entertainment. General Admission tickets will be $40.00 and a VIP ticket package will be offered for $125.00. Gates open at 4:00 PM CDT. Tickets will be available at the It's Only Money Entertainment website and Bodies Bar in Warrensburg. No on-sale date has been announced.

About the artists 

Quiet Riot was the first heavy metal band to hit #1 on Billboard's pop chart. And their hits include "Metal Health"; "Cum on Feel the Noise"; "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" and "Party All Night". In 2021 Quiet Riot continues its historic journey at the request of the late Frankie Banali and the Banali Estate.

Puddle of Mudd was formed in 1991 in Kansas City and sold over seven million records and has a string of number one rock songs. Their latest album "Welcome to Galvania" was released in September 2019.

Liliac is a female-fronted band consisting of all siblings ages 12 -21 playing what they call "vamp-metal". In 2020, Liliac appeared on NBC's "America's Got Talent" with Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, and Sofia Vergara. The group has over 100 million views on Facebook & Youtube combined.

High Voltage delivers the pure energy, excitement, and concert experience that true AC/DC fans around the world have grown to expect.  High Voltage performs the very best AC/DC songs and the most recognizable hits, spanning the full range of epic hit songs from the Bon Scott era through the days with Brian Johnson at the helm.


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