Rick Springfield at Bayfront Festival Park Thursday, July 9 at 6PM Ticket Prices: $35 (Until June 30) $45 (July 1 – Day of Show) Purchase tickets at the DECC Ticket Office, by phone at 1-800-745-300 or at ticketmaster.com. Gates Open: 5PM Bring a standard concert bag chair. No umbrellas or canopies. Chairs are allowed behind the bike rack of the general admission area. You are allowed to bring in 1 SEALED bottle of water per person to refill. Service animals are welcome but other pets are not allowed in the park. The concert will go on rain or shine. Rick Springfield — For all of his accomplishments as an actor and best-selling author, Rick Springfield’s first love has always been music. With 25 million records sold, 17 top-40 hits, including Don’t Talk to Strangers, An Affair of the Heart, I’ve Done Everything for You, Love Somebody and Human Touch, as well as a 1981 Grammy® for Best Male Rock Vocal for his No. 1 hit single “Jessie’s Girl,” Springfield shows no signs of slowing down. Springfield has toured for over 30 years, hand-delivering the hits to millions of fans worldwide via his dynamic live shows. His concerts are legendary with their rock heavy, high energy full band sets. The Romantics — The Romantics burst out of Detroit with a power pop fervor, equally influenced by punk, new wave, garage rock and the British Invasion. Led by lead singer Wally Palmar, the group’s self-titled 1980 debut album produced the massive hit, “What I Like About You” (http://www.vevo.com/watch/the-romantics/what-i-like-about-you/USSM20500686) Their 1983 album, In Heat, was certified gold in both the U.S. (selling more than 500,000 copies) and Canada, yielding the Top Three Billboard single, “Talking in Your Sleep.” MYNX — The band MYNX is a true staple of Duluth’s 80′s Rock & Dance scene. Entertaining crowds for more than 30 years, the original band members of Tammy Schmidt, Mark Schmidt, Cory Clay, Mark Connolly, Ed Esselstrom, and Dan Vaught show no signs of stopping now. Reunited in 2010, MYNX continues to delight fans across the Northland. They are well known as one of the most charitable local bands in our area…appearing at many fundraisers at no cost.