Nashville Rises Benefit Concert for Victims of the Colorado Floods – “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” October 17 at Budweiser Events Center
Whenever there is a need, the country music community steps up. K99 is proud to announce the Nashville Rises Benefit Concert for Victims of the Colorado Floods. “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” will start at 7:00PM on Thursday, October 17th at the Budweiser Event Center in Loveland.
The Concert features special guest performances by Trick Pony, Andy Griggs, Jamie O’Neal, and Billy Dean… More award winning country artists will be added to the lineup in the days ahead as well. Jerusalem Road, Paul Chet, and Bodragaz will also make an appearance.
The Colorado Flood Foundation hopes to raise $100,000.00 or more for the victims in a 4 town region. Rochelle Wanberg the founder of the Colorado Flood Foundation said:
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 are on sale now and range in price fro $20 to $30 each. They are available for purchase at the Budweiser Event Center’s Box Office. Law Enforcement, Rescue Workers, Firefighters, Active National Guard and Flood Victims can attend the event for free.
It’s not too late for your company to get involved. Tickets are only $20 each and Companies can purchase a block of tickets for their employees. Any company purchasing 25 tickets (that’s a $500 donation 100% to the flood victims) will receive a special mention during the concert! Because ticket sales are being contributed 100%, this is a tax deductible item for your Company.
If would like to volunteer please call 720-204-6165 or text 720-545-0669 or go to coloradofloodfund.com.