Brass Transit and Rose of Sharon invite fans of Chicago to join them for a concert in support of young mothers and children in York Region. Brass Transit, widely considered the world’s greatest Chicago tribute band, will bring together eight of Canada’s most accomplished musicians for the benefit concert at Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts in October. The band will transport their audience back to the early 70s with hits like “Saturday in the Park,” “25 or 6 to 4” and “Beginnings,” while also raising awareness and financial support for the local charity.
Proceeds from the show directly benefit Rose of Sharon Services for Young Mothers, ensuring that young mothers and their children from across York Region can access life-changing supportive services for free. Amanda, a former participant at Rose of Sharon, shares that “Rose of Sharon helped me grow, and the programs helped me become a better mom. Being a young mom is hard, but it is possible. It is possible to still follow your dreams and know that this is just the beginning.”
Tickets are available online through the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts website or at their box office. The benefit concert is generously sponsored by Ecclesiastical Insurance Canada, RC Design and Jay Miller Real Estate.
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