Who doesn't love and remember the Richfield Coliseum, that beacon of cement and boring architecture down I-77 situated amongst prairie fields and grazing farm animals?
With the help of some concert posters (many pulled from this awesome Facebook page) and a stray ticket stub or two, take a trip down musical memory lane to a time when the biggest bands in the world caravanned into the tiny town and tickets were less than $20.
What was your favorite show at the Palace on the Prairie?
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