Neighbors Helping Neighbors Benefit Concert
Tickets on sale at www.ComcastTIX.com, 877-544-TIXX (8499) and the Budweiser Events Center Box Office. For information regarding group discounts, please call 970-619-4122 or visit the Group Sales page.
Local and national acts were announced today for the Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Colorado Country, Nashville Rises, Flood Benefit Concert at the Budweiser Events Center on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. All of the proceeds to the event will be donated to the family and victims of the Colorado flooding.
Andy Griggs, Trick Pony, Jamie O’Neal and Billy Dean will share the stage to support recovery in Colorado after last month’s flooding. Additional national acts will be named at a later date.
Local acts Clint Clymer, Jerusalem Road, Paul Chet, Ben Garcia and Bodragaz will also be performing at the benefit event. Up and coming country act Mitch Rossell has also been added to the line up.
Colorado Flood hopes to raise $100,000 or more for the victims in a four town region. The organization will host the event on October 17, 2013 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and $30 and can be purchased at Comcasttix.com, at the Budweiser Events Center box office or by phone at 1-877-544-8499.
Rob Frank, originally born and raised in Loveland, will head up the event planning. Organizers plan to have local and National talent at the event along with a pool of National and Local Celebrities. Event planners state it will be an exciting night with plans on giving financial support to victims that night.
Rochelle Wanberg the founder of the Colorado Flood Foundation states, “Unfortunately, funds do not always go to the victims when you donate to a cause, but 100% of the proceeds raised by our organization will go directly to the victims. Everything needs to go to the people who lost their homes and possessions this month.”
Wanberg felt hopeless after the catastrophic events that took place and immediately decided to do something to help the four hardest hit areas. Tickets for the event are $20.00 per person, but Law Enforcement, Rescue Workers, Firefighters, Active National Guard and Flood Victims can attend the event for free. If you need victim assistance or would like to volunteer please call 720-204-6165 or text 720-545-0669 or go to www.coloradofloodfund.com.
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