Aerosmith History Day II 2018

By Jonathan Robinson

After the great success of last year’s inagural Aerosmith History Day, with over 700 Aero-Heads in attendance, I am ready to announce this summer’s Aerosmith History Day II 2018!!
All of the same exhibitors of will be rejoining me: Aerosmith founder and guitarist, Raymond Tabano, Annie Perry, Mark Blair, Rich Johnson, Dina Mummolo Warchal and Wendy Robinson Chaves Sisto, as well as two new collectors that I’m honored to include: Rob Phaneuf and Deb Formica! Another very special guest who will be attending will be David Scott, drummer with Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton in several pre-Aerosmith bands, The Pipe Dream, Plastic Glass and The Jam Band!
Bigger displays, bigger venue, bigger fun!
Magazine archives, tour merchandise, t-shirts, posters, Crew and Band Tour Jackets, gold and platinum record awards, promotional materials, backstage passes & laminates and thousands of Aerosmith photos will all be on display for this great, two-day event!
This year’s event is only one of the many events and attractions that will be part of that weekend’s celebration of Sunapee’s Sestercentennial, our 250th Birthday!
Also that weekend, a special free concert by America’s premiere Aerosmith tribute band, Draw the Line! They’ll be performing at the Ben Mere Gazebo in Sunapee Harbor on Fri., Aug. 17, at about 6:30pm, followed by a huge fireworks display over the harbor.
The Aerosmith History Day II will take place at The Livery, located inside the old Sunapee Town Hall on Main St., the big, white barn at the top of the hill on your right as you enter the harbor.
The hours for Aerosmith History Day II 2018 will be:
Friday, August 17, from 11am to 6pm 
Saturday, August 18, from 10am to 4pm
Copies of my Aerosmith Family Tree poster will again be available.
Please be aware that this will be a very busy weekend in our little town, meaning that parking will be challenging, but the weekend organizers will likely have shuttle buses running from parking lots around the town into the harbor.
The event is free, but donations are welcomed!

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