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Maroon 5 and Jimmy Buffett to headline Greenbrier Classic Concert Series

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Every year Greenbrier owner Jim Justice chooses big names to headline the Classic Concert series.

This year is no different. It was announced Tuesday that Jimmy Buffett and Maroon 5 will be this years performers during the 5th Annual Greenbrier Classic golf tournament that runs June 30th through July 6th.

Three time Grammy Award winning Maroon 5 including frontman Adam Levine will take the stage on the fourth of July.

Jimmy Buffett will bring Margaritaville to White Sulfur Springs when he performs on July 5th.

Justice is thrilled to be able to have such iconic performers at his resort

"There's no point in me going on and on about Jimmy Buffett. He's just unbelievable and we all know that, that's for sure. Maroon 5 brings some real energy and not only do they bring that they bring the sexiest man alive here," said Justice.

He announced that he is offering guests special rates for rooms during weekdays, that offer runs April 1st through May 8th, 2014.

Details are on their website www.Greenbrier.com.

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