Back by popular demand, Chippewa’s Don Gatlin brings his hot Nashville country band back to Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center, Midland, for the 5th consecutive year on Saturday, September 20. The band’s unique sound infuses vocals, guitar and fiddle like no other in a fast paced, high energy performance suitable for the entire family. Selections include a variety of rock, country, R&B and Gatlin’s original lyrics. Joining in on vocals are Matt Thomas, fiddler extraordinaire and Jay Darby, bass guitarist. An incredible drummer and lead guitarist round out their sound. Join us on Sept. 20th for a lively, fast-paced concert suitable for the entire family.
Dr. John “Duke” Guzzetti serves as the Honorary Chairman for the concert to benefit Homemaker-Home Health Aide Service of Beaver County, Inc. The local community nonprofit improves the quality of life by providing HELP-AT-HOME for more than 850 seniors and younger adults with disabilities so they may remain in the comfort of their homes. . . because “There’s No Place Like Home.”
- Cost: $25.00 per person – all seats reserved. Mainstage Theater
- Tickets call 724-576-4644, lppacenter.org or the Homemaker Office at 724-774-4002 x 14
- VIP Reception: $25/pp from 6:00-7:00 pm includes food catered by Eric’s Gourmet, wine, beer, sodas, water & meet the band.