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Put-in-Bay 2009 Entertainment Schedule Released!


As winter snow falls and frigid temperatures surround, the Bars & Restuarants of Put in Bay have been busy preparing their entertainment schedules for the upcoming 2009 season. The 2009 season which starts mid April will see the return of many of the areas most popular bands including Pat Dailey, Mike "Mad Dog" Adams and the Danger Brothers.

Put-in-Bay has long been heralded as the entertainment capitol of the Midwest. Over one million visitors annually visit Put-in-Bay to enjoy numerous family oriented activities, great restaurants and comfortable resorts.

Memorial Day weekend May 21-25 features one of the biggest line ups of entertainment in Put-in-Bay history. Visitors to Put-in-Bay will enjoy performances by Pat Dailey, Bob Gatewood & Calabash, Mike "Mad Dog" Adams, The Menus, The Danger Brothers, Wally & the Beav's, Westside Steve, The Maxx Band, Disco Inferno, and more!

For a complete entertainment schedule for 2009 visit https://www.putinbay.com and select the entertainment page. From there you can sort Put-in-Bay entertainers by venue, band, and play date!

Hotel reservations for Put-in-Bay's memorial weekend bash are filling quickly. Be sure to call 1-888-742-7829 to book your break out of winter weekend, or 216-898-9951 for a home/condo rental!

Put-in-Bay is a popular vacation spot just 2 miles offshore of mainland Northwest Ohio in Lake Erie. While "Put-in-Bay" is technically the name of the village on South Bass Island, the name commonly is inadvertently used to refer to the entire island. A summer resort since the mid-1800's, the village can be considered the hub of tourism among the Lake Erie Islands, with its numerous taverns, wineries, restaurants, waterfront condos, rental homes, and hotels.