Lineup announced for 2016 Gone Country benefit concert in Cloverdale

High Valley, Aaron Pritchett and others on stage July 23

Aaron Pritchett will perform at the 2016 edition of Gone Country in Cloverdale.

CLOVERDALE — “Early bird” tickets are now on sale for Gone Country, the annual cancer-fighting benefit concert.

The show is set for Saturday, July 23 at Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre, located at 64th Avenue and 176th Street in Cloverdale.

This year’s concert will feature High Valley, Aaron Pritchett, Karen Lee Batten, Bucko and Toad, Chris Buck Band and the duo of Robyn and Ryleigh. Returning as DJ is Jaxon Hawks of radio station JR-FM.

Event details were posted today on the Twins Cancer Fundraising Facebook page.

Show and ticket info is posted at Twinscancerfundraising.com.

 

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