Local Benefit To Help With Australian Wildfire Relief
Touch of Texas in Binghamton has been bringing many country acts to the Southern Tier. Randy Houser will be there this Friday night, February 21st and you can get tickets here.
Matt Stell had a recent #1 song with "Prayed For You" and he'll be coming to TOT on March 21st. In case, you didn't know they are much more than a country concert facility. They have line dancing on Wednesday and open corn hole on Thursday.
Here's another thing that Touch of Texas is becoming known for...Helping others with benefits and fundraisers. Last year, they hosted the "Bikers For Backpacks" Motorcycle Run & Rally to benefit the Salvation Army and last week they had their third annual COOPERPALOOZA event at TOT.
Here's another special event coming to TOT. As you know, Australia has been hit hard with wildfires and there have been over 25 lives lost. They also estimate that over 1 BILLION animals have been lost and the destruction of the Australian landscape is around 20 million acres.
As a way to show our support and help them out, there will be a Concert for Australia benefit on Saturday, February 29th from 4 to 10 p.m. Several local bands and artists will take the stage to benefit the people and wildlife affected by the devastating fires in Australia.
All proceeds will go to the Australian chapters of the Salvation Army and World Wildlife Federation. Find out more about the concert for Australia here as our very own, Doug Mosher will be the emcee for the evening.
They hope to see you on Saturday, February 29th at Touch of Texas on Upper Front Street in Binghamton.