Bailes, Craig, Yon & Sellards present a night of fun and great music with the 2nd Concert for a Cure featuring “Resurrection- A Journey Tribute,” and “Thunderstruck” an AC/DC Tribute Band.
The concert is a joint effort between the Cabell Huntington Hospital Foundation and the St. Mary’s Medical Center Foundation.
Proceeds from the event will benefit cancer patients at both Cabell Huntington Hospital and St. Mary’s Medical Center.
The concert will take place, Saturday, August 17, 2019. Gates will open at 5pm. Guest are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets and coolers are allowed. Please no umbrellas or tents.
Purchase your tickets now via EventBrite.
Tickets are available for $10 each in advance and the night of the performance.
There will be food trucks on site for food and drinks to purchase.
More about “Resurrection- A Journey Tribute”
Keyboardist, Vic White, first heard “the Voice” of Ryan Christopher while they performed with a popular Nashville-based 80’s act in 2011. Although the two exchanged contact information that night, Vic and Ryan were active with other bands; therefore, some time passed before destiny caught up with them. In the fall of 2013 the two reconnected and while listening to Journey’s latest album, Revelation, the two came up with the name ‘Journey Resurrection’ which later transformed to ‘Resurrection- A Journey Tribute.’ In 2014 the band performed live together for the first time. The band has been on a whirlwind journey ever since, growing quickly from a weekend-warrior act into one of the most highly sought after tribute experiences in the country.
More about “Thunderstruck- AC/ DC Tribute”
Thunderstruck is AC/DC the way you remember it. Recreating the “Thunder From Down Under” throughout the Southwest, Midwest, Southern and Northeastern United States …Thunderstruck is constantly adding new cities and aims to please every crowd, playing the songs you know and love from all eras of AC/DC.
Don’t miss this unbelievable concert that is also for a great cause of helping those affected by cancer here in the Tri-State area.