Our Town for Newtown
Brody Dolyniuk, former Las Vegas resident and entertainer, joins with The Maddux Foundation and Station Casinos to host Our Town for Newtown – A Concert for Sandy Hook Elementary School at The Railhead inside Boulder Station. The event will feature a host of local bands, Las Vegas headliners and solo artists, and all proceeds from the event will be channeled via The Maddux Foundation and directed into an existing account set up in Newtown, CT by the United Way. The concert will feature performances by Beatles tribute The Fab, Lon Bronson All-Star Band, Rick Duarte of Strung Out Sessions, Paul Shortino of Quiet Riot and Rough Cut, Bella Electric Strings, Zowie Bowie, Elisa Furr of iCandy, The Las Vegas Tenors, Lorena Peril of Fantasy, Michelle Johnson of The Platters, Brent Muscat of Faster Pussycat and the Sin City Sinners, Michael Cavanaugh from Broadway’s “Movin’ Out,” Yellow Brick Road and Zeppelin USA, among others. A minimum donation of $10 is requested.
When: Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013
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Where: The Railhead, 4111 Boulder Hwy. , Las Vegas
Age limit: All ages
Event posted Jan. 3, 2013
Last updated Jan. 3, 2013
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