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Bobaflex Brings it Home for Heavy on the Levee

Point Pleasant, WV welcomes Bobaflex for their first show ever on their home turf at the Riverfront on Saturday, May 6. Presented by the media outlet The Threshold, “Heavy on the Levee” also features Lost in Silence, SoHi, Revision Revised, and The Ghostown Three. The Threshold is pleased to have SKP (Steven Kline Productions) providing sound and lighting for this event. Complementing a day on the waterfront, refreshments will be available for purchase, featuring delicious food from H&A Café, and freshly squeezed lemonade and shaved ice from Wicked Cool Shaved Ice.

Artist merchandise will also be available for purchase on site, and attendees can also bring their own memorabilia to be signed during meet and greet opportunities. Historically focused on crowds 18+, this event will be free for kids 12 and under (no ticket necessary). Tickets are available online through Eventbrite.com and features three options, starting at just $20. Pop-up onsite ticketing events will be announced through The Threshold’s Facebook page.

What: Heavy on the Levee

Who: Bobaflex, Lost in Silence, SoHi, Revision Revised and The Ghostown Three

Where: Point Pleasant Riverfront Park 100 River Street Point Pleasant, WV 25550

When: Saturday, May 6, 2023

Time:  Gates 3:30 PM / VIP 3 PM

Show 4 PM.   

This is a cash only, rain or shine event.

Ticket Options:
Stadium: $20 – General admission within the stadium.
Pit: $30 – Access anywhere within the stadium and the pit.
VIP: $45 – Pit and Stadium access along with special acoustic sets by Bobaflex, Lost in Silence and The Ghostown Three PLUS special fan experiences with Revision Revised and SoHi PLUS 30-minute early entry AND a free water

Tickets can be purchased in advance at https://bit.ly/heavy-on-the-levee. For more information, including vendor opportunities, please email [email protected] or send us a message on our Facebook page.

Point Pleasant, West Virginia, is known as the place “Where History and Rivers Meet.” This is because the town boasts historical attractions that are unique to the area.

For example, Krodel Park is a celebration of the American Dream and the American Revolution. There is also the memorial of the Battle of Point Pleasant, located at the junction of the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers in Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Then there is the Point Pleasant River Museum and Learning Center, which is home to an aquarium, research library, and pilot house simulator.

However, if anyone knows about any bit of history from Point Pleasant, it is all about the Mothman. Whether people have seen The Mothman Prophecies or read the acclaimed book, the Mothman story is a familiar one. For those who are not familiar, the Mothman is a cryptozoological myth, much like Sasquatch, but his history is vague in the way that he just disappeared after the worst disaster in the town’s history, begging the question of whether he was a friend or foe to those who saw him.

Source: https://fahe.org/history-mystery-point-pleasant-west-virginia/

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