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North Central Texas Red Cross Benefit Concert

Cumulous Broadcasting, Red River Ice House and Barefoot Dixie have teamed up to host a benefit concert for the North Central Texas Red Cross.

The concert is Sunday from 1:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Red River Ice House, 2509 Sheppard Access Road.

There is a suggested donation of $5. All of the donations will go to the Red Cross. There will also be a silent auction with goodies from Texoma businesses with 100% of proceeds going to the Red Cross.

Also accepted non-perishable donations (toiletries, bottle water, individual wrapped snacks, Gatorade/Powerade, hand sanitizer, and any travel pack items) for the Red Cross.

Stage Times:

  • The Swagtones 1:30-2:45
  • Cody Newby and East Cache Creek 3:05-4:20
  • Back Home 4:40-5:55
  • The Steven Staley Band 6:15-7:30
  • Barefoot Dixie 7:50-9:05

This is a family event and all ages are welcome!! Bring lawn chairs, umbrellas, pop-up tents for shade, just NO coolers allowed. There will be grilled food and cold drinks for sale. Red River Ice House will be selling alcohol to those over 21. A portion of the proceeds will also go to The Red Cross.

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