"Bluffstock '96" is no longer going to be held in Bluffdale.
The Woodstock-style show has moved its Aug. 3 concert from the Bluffdale foothills to the Utah State Fairpark.Promoter Ted Gallegos said the Fairpark will best accommodate the 12-hour concert. Bluffdale officials had not decided whether "Bluffstock '96" would be legal.
`It's the show that's exciting. It's not where it's held that people are going to want to see," Gallegos said.
Tickets, starting at $25.50, are on sale at Smith'sTix outlets.
Gallegos said the name "Bluffstock '96" will be retained because it wasn't named for Bluffdale, rather for how well the musical impersonators will bluff the audience.
The show will include impersonations of The Doors, the Rolling Stones, Roy Oberson, Elton John, the Traveling Wilburys, Elvis and the Teddybears and the Beatles.
If the big show is a success, Gallegos said he'll take it on the road. Next stop: Japan.