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Wednesday, May 1

“UN-JOURNALING” COURSE, 10-11:30 a.m., Henderson County Athletics and Activity Center, 708 S. Grove St. Hendersonville. Professional writer Liz Hill will teach a three-session class on May 1, 8 and 15. “Un-Journaling,” she said, is the process of reviewing old journal entries. Hill, a New York City native who moved to Hendersonville from Ohio in 2017, said she has found that reviewing daily entries can reap new insight on one’s own life, as well as nuggets of insight and even fodder for creeative projects. Regarding her course, Hill told the Hendersonville Times-News, “It’s for people who have a ton of journals and don’t know what to do with them. The reading of life’s journals is important, even sacred, work, because journals are places where we can work out our feelings and ideas.” To register for the course, the cost of which is $30, visit online at HCPRD.com or do it in person at 708 S. Grove St. in Hendersonville.



Thursday, May 2

THE BEATLES’ “REVOLVER” TRIBUTE CONCERT, 6-10 p.m., Isis Music Hall, 743 Haywood Road, West Asheville. Asheville musicians will team up to perform the Beatles’ “Revolver” album in its entirety in a benefit concert for Asheville Music School. AMS teaching artists, along with advanced students and special guests, such as Just Ray (of Michael Buble’s band), form this band. An AMS event promotion stated that “Revolver” is “the album that many music critics regard as the Beatles’ best, with songs like ‘Taxman,’ ‘Eleanor Rigby’ and the groundbreaking ‘Tomorrow Never Knows.’” For tickets, which are $15 in advance and 18 at the door, visit isisasheville.com.

 TRACE ADKINS CONCERT, 7:30 p.m., Smoky Mountain Center for Performing Arts, 1028 Georgia Road, Franklin. Country music icon Trace Adkins will perform in concert. For tickets, which are $53, $60 and $67, visit greatmountainmusic.com.

“COUNTRY ROYALTY — HANK AND PATSY” CONCERT, 7:30 p.m., Leiman Mainstage, Flat Rock Playhouse, 2661 Greenville Hwy., Flat Rock. The show “Country Royalty — Hank and Patsy” wll be performed May 2-12.(Showtimes 2 and 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays; 8 p.m. Fridays; 2 and 8 p.m. Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays). Regarding the show, FRP stated, “Jason Petty as Hank Williams and Katie Deal as Patsy Cline. A homecoming tribute to the Country Royalty who touched our hearts and souls. Songs that transcend time and culture. Come share an evening of music with your extended Playhouse family.” For tickets, which are $58 to $54, visit flatrockplayhouse.org.

“STONES IN HIS POCKETS” STAGE PRODUCTION, 7:30 p.m., N.C. Stage Co., 14 Stage Lane, downtown Asheville. The  N.C. Stage Co. will present “Stones in His Pockets” through May 19.  Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays. Additional Saturday matinees will be offered at 2 p.m.  May 11 and 18. For tickets, visit This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 239-0263.




Friday, May 3

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 4-8:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The band Eliott and the Untouchables will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

“OLEANNA” STAGE SHOW, 7:30 p.m., Hendersonville Community Theatre, 229 S. Washington St., Hendersonville. The HCT will present “Oleanna” through May 12. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays. Regarding the show, the HCT stated, “He said, she said — but exactly what happened? Oleanna examines the power struggle between a university professor and one of his female students, who accuses him of sexual exploitation and, by doing so, spoils his chances of being awarded tenure.” For tickets, visit www.hendersonvilletheatre.org.

“THE FOREIGHER” PRODUCTION, 7:30 p.m.,  HART Theatre, 250 Pigeon St., Waynesville. HART will perform “The Foreigner” through May 12. Showtimes are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays. In addition, one Thursday show — at 7:30 p.m. — has been scheduled on May 9. “The scene is a fishing lodge in rural Georgia often visited by ‘Froggy’ LeSeuer, a British demolition expert who occasionally runs training sessions at a nearby army base,” a HART event promotion stated. “This time ‘Froggy’ has brought along a friend, a pathologically shy young man named Charlie who is overcome with fear at the thought of making conversation with strangers. So ‘Froggy,’ before departing, tells all assembled that Charlie is from an exotic foreign country and speaks no English. Once alone the fun really begins, as Charlie overhears more than he should.” The show is the winner of two Obie Awards and two Outer Critics Circle Awards as Best New American Play and Best Off-Broadway Production. The HART production is directed by former 880-AM The Revolution progressive radio host Jeff Messer. For tickets, visit harttheatre.org.

TOME IMPALA CONCERT, 8 p.m., U.S. Cellular Center, downtown Asheville Tome Impala, whose real name is Kevin Parker, will perform in concert. His is billed as “the almost-legendary messianic figure and creative soul who has developed the particular sonice universe of psychedelic pop cultivated with guitar pedals, delays, reverb and liquid explosions of color. There’s no one like him in the current music scene.”

AARON LEWIS CONCERT, 9 p.m., Event Center, Harrah’s Cherokee Resort, Cherokee. Aaron Lewis will perform in concert at the resort as part of his “The State I’m in Tour.” For tickets, which start at $36, visit Ticketmaster.com.

 


Saturday, May 4

CONCERT, 3 p.m., Lipinsky Auditorium, UNC Asheville. The Blue Ridge Orchestra, directed by Dr. Milton Crotts, will perform “May Masters” at 3 p.m. both May 4 and 5. The concert will also feature Gary Spaulding, performing on clarinet. For tickets, which are $15 for general admission, $10 for friends of the orchestra and $5 for students, visit www.blueridgeorchestra.org.

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 4-8:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The band Fwuit will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

CONCERT, 7 p.m., Reuter Center, UNC Asheville. The Reuter Center Singers, directed by Chuck Taft, will perform the first of two concerts that pay tribute to the area’s  mountain music heritage. The other concert will be held at 3 p.m. May 5. Featuring the theme “Dear Appalachia: Our Mountain Music Heritage,” the concerts will explore the song traditions of Appalachia, including folk songs and ballads, African-American spirituals and blues, and country gospel – music of different styles that reflect the region’s diversity of cultural backgrounds. Selections will include “Sourwood Mountain,” “Poor Wayfaring Stranger,” “Shenandoah,” “Soldier’s Joy,” “The Unclouded Day/Will the Circle Be Unbroken,” “Travelin’ Thru,” “Old Dan Tucker,” “Go ‘Way from My Window,” “Sun is Gonna Shine” and more. Admission is free, but donations are the door will be welcome. Light refreshments will be served following the concerts.

CONCERT, 8 p.m., Diana Wortham Theatre, downtown Asheville. A concert will feature multi-instrumentalist and composer Jonathan Scales with his Fourchestra, which has what is billed as “a fluid lineup,” allowing Scales to work with a wide range of artists.




Sunday, May 5

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 2-6:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The band Nuance Trio will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

“MACBETH, 3 p.m., Bardo Arts Center, Western Carolina University, Cullowee. The BAC Sunday Cinema Series will feature a screening of “Macbeth.” Single tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors (ages 65 and older) and $5 for WCU students and faculty. To reserve tickets, call 227-ARTS or visit bardoartscenter.wcu.edu.

SPRING CONCERT, 3 p.m., The Foundation Performing Arts Center, Isothermal Community College, Spindale. The Symphony of Rutherford County will perform its spring concert.



Friday, May 10

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 4-8:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The Bruce Lang Band will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

“BUNCOMBE TOWER” STAGE PRODUCTION, 7:30 p.m., mainstage, The Magnetic Theatre,  375 Depot St. (River Arts District), Asheville. “Buncombe Tower,” directed by Katie Jones, will be performed May 10-June 2. (Shows are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 3 p.m. Sundays.) It is billed as “an occult history of a city a lot like this one. It follows a mythical past, a possible future and its prodigal daughter is trying to sort it all out. This world premiere by Asheville playwright Peter Lundblad is a fable about the casualties of gentrification told through poetry, puppetry and fantasy.For tickets, which are $22, visit themagnetictheatre.com/tickets.

SCHUBERTIADE CONCERT, 8 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1 Edwin Place, North Asehville. Asheville’s Schubertiade will perform works by Franz Schubert.




Saturday, May 11

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 4-8:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The band Rock and Roll Reunion will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

EARTH, WIND & FIRE CONCERT, 7:30 p.m., Event Center, Harrah’s Cherokee Resort. The iconic band Earth, Wind & Fire will perform in concert. For tickets, which start at $55.50, visit Ticketmaster.com.

ASHEVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CONCERT, 8 p.m., Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, downtown Asheville. The ASO will perform “Masterworks 7: Stravinsky” under its new conductor Darco Butorac, and featuring violinist Simone Porter. For tickets, visit ashevillesymphonyorchestra.org. 

DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM PERFORMANCE, 8 p.m., Peace Concert Hall, downtown Greenville, S.C.. The Dance Theatre of Harlem will perform. For tickets, visit peacecenter.org.




Sunday, May 12

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 2-6:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The French Broad Trio will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

 

 


Thursday, May 16

LIBERACE SALUTE, 2 p.m.,The Center for Art & Inspiration, downtown Hendersonville. The show “All That Sparkles: Martin Preston IS Libarace!” will be performed through May 18. Other showstimes are 7:30 p.m. May 17, 2 and 7:30 p.m. May 18, 2 p.m. May 25 and 6 p.m. Ma7 31. Regarding the show, a center promotion noted, “Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Liberace’s birth at this spectacular full-length show, where Martin Preston re-creates the magic of Liberace.” For tickets, which are $44, visit www.thecenterai.com.

JERRY SEINFELD COMEDY SHOW, 7 p.m., Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, U.S. Cellular Center, downtown Asheville. Comedy great Jerry Seinfeld will return to Asheville again this year. Seinfeld, the star of the famed 1990s sitcom bearing his name and host of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” will make his first return performance in Asheville since 2015. In an announcement of the show, the U.S. Cellular Center officials noted that Seinfeld has been “hailed for his uncanny ability to joke about the little things in life that relate to audiences everywhere.” Seinfeld has been a regular touring comedian since the mid-1970s, making his first appearance on Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show” in 1981. His run as a successful stand-up comic led to his breakout NBC hit “Seinfeld” with Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards, which ran from 1989-1998 — and got scooped up in a massive streaming agreement by Hulu in 2015. For tickets, which range from $199 to $597, visit Ticketmaster.com or www.centerasheville.com.



Friday, May 17

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 4-8:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The band Tuxedo Junction will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

DOWNTOWN AFTER 5 CONCERT, 5-9 p.m., North Lexington Avenue (near the I-240 overpass), downtown Asheville. This year’s DA5 series will begin with the Eric Gales Band as the headliner at 7 p.m. The opener at 5 p.m. will be Alvin Youngblood Hart’s Muscle Theory. Food and beverages are available for purchase. Admission is free.

 NEIL SIMON’S “PROPOSALS” STAGE PRODUCTION, 7:30 p.m., Leiman Mainstage, Flat Rock Playhouse, 2661 Greenville Hwy., Flat Rock. The Neil Simon show “Proposals” wll be performed May 17-June 1.(Showtimes 2 and 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays; 8 p.m. Fridays; 2 and 8 p.m. Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays). Regarding the show, FRP stated, “A family divided. A family returning home. Healing and redemption in a heartfelt and hilarious “dramedy” by one of America’s most prolific playwrights. An American family sitcom. Rediscover the love!” For tickets, which are $48 to $54, visit flatrockplayhouse.org.

“THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY” PRODUCTION, 7:30 p.m.,  HART Theatre, 250 Pigeon St., Waynesville. HART will perform “The Bridges of Maidson County” through June 9. Showtimes are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays. Regarding the show, a HART event promotion stated, “Francesca Johnson, a beautiful Italian woman who married an American soldier to flee war-ravaged Italy, looks forward to a rare four days alone. When a ruggedly handsome photographer pulls into her driveway seeking directions though, what happens in those four days may very well alter the course of Francesca’s life.” Winner of two Tony Awards, this musical romance about the roads we travel, the doors we open and the bridges we dare to cross will leave you breathless. For tickets, visit harttheatre.org.




Saturday, May 18

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 4-8:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The band Emporium will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

CANDID CAMERA LIVE SHOW, 7:30 p.m., Smoky Mountain Center for Performing Arts, 1028 Georgia Road, Franklin. The show “CandId Camera Live: Eight Decades of Smiles” will be performed. Regarding the show, the SMCPA stated, “In this family-friendly performance, longtime ‘Candid Camera’ host Peter Funt’s hilarious stage comedy is blended with clips, quips and behind-the-scenes tales from the show’s funniest moments. Incorporating the best of ‘Candid Camera’ episodes in a fast-paced, laugh-filled romp through the decades, audience participation and special surprises make the show a great night of fun! ‘Candid Camera Live’ is the ultimate fan book for those who grew up with ‘Candid Camera’ — from the 1940s to the present. Filled with photos and stories never before published, and a tribute to Alan Funt, creator and original host, this is a true keepsake. It’s Allen Funt, Peter Funt and a cast of millions!” For tickets, which are $15 and $18, visit greatmountainmusic.com.




Sunday, May 19

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 2-6:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The Michael Stevens Trio will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 




Friday, May 24

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 4-8:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The French Broad Playboys will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

ALABAMA CONCERT, 9 p.m., Event Center, Harrah’s Cherokee Resort. The Southern rock group Alabama will perform in concert.” For tickets, which begin at $96, visit Ticketmaster.com.

 



Saturday, May 25

“AN IMPROPER ROYALTEA MURDER...” SHOW, 2 p.m.,The Center for Art & Inspiration, downtown Hendersonville. The show “An Improper RoayTea Murder Created With a Souther Cup Fine Teas” will be performed. Regarding the show, a center promotion noted, “The Lord Chamberlain is commanded by Her Majesty to invite You to a Party in the Palace Garden. Each summer the queen hosts the Palace Garden Party with more than 30,000 invited guests. This year, an UNinvited guest has eluded Palace Security, and the arrival is causing panic! As the mystery unravels, we find the Royals worried about the intruder and the staff with something much more important on their minds!  Murder…and YOU identify the culprit and solve the crime. If you choose ‘gentlemen wear morning dress or lounge suits, while women wear day dress, usually with hats or fascinators. National dress and uniform are also often worn.’ Our guest list is NOT as extensive! You MUST reserve tickets as priority seating with Her Majesty is Limited!” Tickets include interactive murder mystery theatre plus a Compleat Royal Tea with Sandwiches, Scones with Jam, Clotted Cream and Lemon Curd, Assorted Desserts and, “of course, our Very Proper Tea,” the CAI noted.”Palace Gates open at 1:30 p.m.” For tickets, visit www.thecenterai.com.

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 4-8:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The Clay Lunsford Band will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 

DAILEY& VINCENT CONCERT, 7:30 p.m.,  Smoky Mountain Center for Performing Arts, 1028 Georgia Road, Franklin. The bluegrass group Dailey & Vincent will perform in concert. For tickets, which are $22, $25, $30 and $35, visit greatmountainmusic.com.




Sunday, May 26

ASHEVILLE BANDSTAND CONCERT SERIES, 2-6:45 p.m., Antler Hill Village square, Biltmore Estate, Asheville. The Nuance Trio will perform. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs and/or blankets. 




Tuesday, May 28

“HELLO, DOLLY!” PERFORMANCE, 7:30 p.m., Concert Hall, The Peace Center, 300 S. Main St., downtown Greenville, S.C. The Broadway musical “Hello, Dolly!” will be performed through  June 2. Other showtimes are at 7:30 p.m. May 29-30, at 8 p.m. May 31, at 2 and 8 p.m. June 1 and at 1 and 6:30 p.m. June 2. Regarding the show, a Peace Center event promotion stated, “The darling of Broadway has returned! After a successful revival on Broadway, this glorious new production of ‘Hello, Dolly!’ is heading out on a national tour! With four 2017 Tony Awards under its belt, including Best Revival and Best Actress for Bette Midler, Jerry Herman’s musical comedy is truly back where it belongs. Featuring memorable classics such as ‘Before the Parade Passes By’ and ‘Put on Your Sunday Clothes,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ is ready to reclaim the hearts of the American people. Based on Thornton Wilder’s play ‘The Matchmaker,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ was an instant success when it first debuted in 1964. Winning an unprecedented 10 Tonys at that year’s ceremony it was soon adapted for the big screen featuring a cast led by Barbra Streisand and a young Michael Crawford. This 2017 revival is directed by four-time Tony winner Jerry Zaks (Sister Act) whose talent has brought ‘Hello, Dolly!’ back into the limelight.” For tickets, visit peacecenter.org.




Friday, May 31

“MY BIG FAT ITALIAN WDDING MURDER!” SHOW, 6 p.m.,The Center for Art & Inspiration, downtown Hendersonville. The show “My Big Fat Italian Wedding Murder!” will be performed. The show also will be performed at 6 p.m. June 1. Regarding the show, a center promotion noted, “Dinner, wedding cake...and justice...will be served. It will be totally killer!” The CAI added that the show is “not appropriate for children under 13.” For tickets, visit www.thecenterai.com.

KEN JEONG COMEDY PERFORMANCE, 9 p.m., Event Center, Harrah’s Cherokee Resort. Actor, producer, and writer Ken Jeong will perform in concert. Known for his scene-stealing abilities, he has established himself as one of today’s top comedic stars. Recently, Jeong appeared in the Warner Bros box office sensation, “Crazy Rich Asians” and ABC’s “Dr. Ken,” in which he was the creator, writer and executive producer. For tickets, visit Ticketmaster.com.



Saturday, June 1

MARTY STUART CONCERT, 7:30 p.m.,  Smoky Mountain Center for Performing Arts, 1028 Georgia Road, Franklin. Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives will perform in concert. Regarding the show, the SMCPA noted, “The gospel-singing, bluegrass-playing, ‘Hillbilly Rock-’ making superstar, Marty Stuart, is a Grammy-Award winner and a platinum recording artist. Widely recognized as one of the most important roots musicians in America, Marty possesses a showman’s zest for every conceivable flavor of country music. Hits include ‘Tempted’ and ‘This One’s Gonna Hurt You.’ Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives consistently delight audiences across the country with sold-out shows year after year, including performances at The Grand Ole Opry and Madison Square Garden.” For tickets, which are $28, $35 and $38, visit greatmountainmusic.com.



Friday, June 7

MUSIC ON MAIN STREET CONCERT/DANCE, 7-9 p.m., parking lot next to Visitor Center, 201 S. Main St., downtown Hendersonville. The Asheville-based band Tuxedo Junction will open the annual weekly Music on Main Street summer concert series. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs. Admission is free.



Sat., June 8

BLOCK PARTY  ON MAIN CONCERT/DANCE, 6-10 p.m., South Main Street (between Allen and Caswell streets), downtown Hendersonville. The iconic “party band of the South,” the Swingin’ Medalions, will headline the Block Party on Main Street summer concert about 8 p.m. The opener will be Rock and Roll Reunion. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs. Admission is free.

 



Friday, June 14

MUSIC ON MAIN STREET CONCERT/DANCE, 7-9 p.m., parking lot next to Visitor Center, 201 S. Main St., downtown Hendersonville. The Asheville-based band A Social Function will perform in the Music on Main Street summer concert series. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs. Admission is free.

DARREN KNIGHT COMEDY PERFORMANCE, 9 p.m., Event Center, Harrah’s Cherokee Resort. Darren Knight will perform his Southern Mama Cledus T. Judd Comedy Experience show. For tickets, visit Ticketmaster.com.



Friday, June 21

MUSIC ON MAIN STREET CONCERT/DANCE, 7-9 p.m., parking lot next to Visitor Center, 201 S. Main St., downtown Hendersonville. The Asheville-based band Emporium will perform in the Music on Main Street summer concert series. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs. Admission is free.

DOWNTOWN AFTER 5 CONCERT, 5-9 p.m., North Lexington Avenue (near the I-240 overpass), downtown Asheville. The DA5 series feature Tameca Jones as the headliner at 7 p.m. The opener at 5 p.m. will be the Secret B Sides. Food and beverages are available for purchase. Admission is free.



Friday, June 28

MUSIC ON MAIN STREET CONCERT/DANCE, 7-9 p.m., parking lot next to Visitor Center, 201 S. Main St., downtown Hendersonville. The Gotcha Groove will perform in the Music on Main Street summer concert series. Attendees are urged to bring lawnchairs. Admission is free.



Friday, July 5

LADY ANTEBELLUM CONCERT, 9 p.m., Event Center, Harrah’s Cherokee Resort. Country music group Lady Antebellum will perform in concert. For tickets, visit Ticketmaster.com.



Sat., Sept. 7

3 DOORS DOWN WITH CLAY WALKER BENEFIT CONCERT, 7 p.m., Event Center, Harrah’s Cherokee Resort. Three Doors Down will host its 16th annual charity concert event, with special guest Clay Walker, to benefit The Better Life Foundation at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort. This will mark the fourth year in a row that 3 Doors Down has held its charity concert at the Event Center at Harrah’s Cherokee, “with the past three years proving to be particularly successful with sold out shows,” a Harrah’s press release noted. Three Doors Down established The Better Life Foundation in March 2004 to provide a positive change in the lives of children and young adults. To date, TBLF has raised and donated more than $3 million to reputable children’s charities, veteran’s organizations, local municipalities and faith-based groups to achieve its goals of helping communities and children in need. This year’s charity event will consist of a motorcycle ride, silent auction, a Harley Davidson Street Glide Special motorcycle raffle and concert. For tickets, visit Ticketmaster.com.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 May 2019 11:19
 



 


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