Spazmatics are keeping the bodadcious '80s alive with a live concert that is just like your favorite mix tape from back in the day. 

This show is dope- it's bad. If you are the kind of person that knows that doesn't mean it is stupid or terrible but will be totally awesome and radical, you will love the Spazmatics. The Gilmore Car Museum summer concert series continues with a trip back the decade that gave us the best music ever: the 1980s.

  • Spazmatics
  • Saturday, July 10 | 8 pm
  • Gilmore Car Museum | Hickory Corners
  • Tickets: $20 GA | $40 VIP

K102.5 has a chance for you to win FREE tickets for this hellacious summer evening of fun under the stars. Bring the family, bring a blanket, bring your beach chairs and hang out on the lawn or get up and dance to '80s favorites like "Sister Christian," "Working for the Weekend," "She Blinded Me with Science" and many more memorable hits from the Regan era. The Spazmatics bring to life all the awesome sounds, styles, and way cool dance steps from the 1980s decade we'd love to forget. Complete with skinny ties, Brill Creamed hair, and horn-rimmed glasses, this show recaptures all the best of the worst. Cool beans!

The Spazmatics concert follows the appearance of KISS tribute band Strutter in June. The Van Halen 2 tribute band has been rescheduled to July 23 and Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra has two summer shows planned. Gilmore Car Museum also has their annual events that car enthusiasts look forward to, like MOPARs at the Red Barns, Corvette Envy, Princess Day and the weekly Wednesday night cruise-ins. It's not summer without a classic car show.

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