Don’t miss the Midwest Mayhem Demolition Derby at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds Saturday, June 12th and Sunday June 13th.

All week long I’ll be sending out random alerts on your 97X app  for you to send me your information.  Just click through the alert and that will take you to the “chat” portion of the app.  Then click on Bill Stage and give me the info.

Then I’ll put you in the running for a shot at free passes to this weekends events!

Let’s face it.  At some time or another you’ve driven a minivan and totally wanted to smash it into someone, right?  Well now you can live vicariously through the drivers this weekend as the Minivans, SUVs and Mini Trucks take each other on.

Come see a ton of different classes take part in the Midwest Mayhem!

  • 80’s & Newer
  • 80’s Bonestock
  • Turn Key Compacts
  • Open Wire Compact
  • Minivan/SUV/Mini Truck
  • Plus a new category of Fairclass!

The Pits open at seven a.m. with the derby starting at five pm on this Saturday.

The pits open at eight a.m. and the derby will fire up at three on this Sunday!

Pick up your TWO-DAY pass for only TWENTY-FIVE dollars for adults and fifteen dollars for the kids!

Children five and under are free!

If you’d like two-day pit passes it’ll cost you just fifty bucks.

The Viola Boyz Promotions presents The Davenport Demo Derby…Midwest Mayhem this weekend at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds!

For more info search Viola Boyz Promoters on Facebook!

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