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Border Bash returns to the Augusta Common

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Border Bash returns to the Augusta Common when gates open at 4pm on Friday, October 5th.  This year will be the first time the event has taken place in October due to the new SEC schedule featuring the Georgia at South Carolina game on October 6th.

This year's festivities will be headlined by Cowboy Mouth, the New Orleans band that has shared a slice of Mardi Gras heaven with fans around the world for more than 15 years.  With more than 2500 live shows in the books, Cowboy Mouth has made a name for themselves as one of the most energetic bands around.  According to Cake Magazine, "...on a bad night they'll tear the roof off the joint and on a good night, they'll save your soul."

Border Bash 2012 will also feature crowd favorites The Joe Stevenson Band, University of Georgia and University of South Carolina cheerleaders as well as mascots Cocky and Hairy Dawg.  All of this plus great vendors, food, drinks and fun games make Border Bash the place to be with your family and friends on Friday, October 5th.

Tickets are on sale now at BorderBash.net, Circle K stores, Hooters and Communigraphics.  General Admission tickets are just $10 in advance, $15 at the gate and children 12 and under are free.  VIP tickets, which include preferred seating, food and drinks are available for $50 (adults) and $10 (children).

Border Bash was created to celebrate the football rivalry between border state schools – the University of Georgia and the University of South Carolina – while supporting CSRA children's charities and clubs.  Over the years The Border Bash Foundation has contributed over $600,000 to worthwhile causes across the area.

Make sure to put Border Bash on your calendar for Friday, October 5th and join Cowboy Mouth, The Joe Stevenson Band, USC & UGA Cheerleaders, Hairy Dawg & Cocky for the 19th Annual Border Bash.

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