The New Hampshire Motor Speedway is cleared to stage a country music festival this summer after a Superior Court judge ruled the terms of 1989 agreement do not apply to property acquired in more recent years. A group of concerned neighbors and the previous owners of the Loudon race track signed the agreement, which stipulated that the track couldn’t host concerts unless they were held in conjunction with a race. The N.H. Motor Speedway announced plans to host a standalone three-day country music festival last year, prompting a lawsuit filed by three neighbors of the track who believed the 1989 agreement they signed was still in force. During a hearing at Merrimack County Superior Court in April, lawyers for the track argued the planned country...
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Court Sides With N.H. Motor Speedway in Concert Dispute