An Evening with Big & Rich
A Benefit Concert for the Frenship Foundation for Leadership
BIG & RICH TO HEADLINE THE
FRENSHIP FOUNDATION BENEFIT CONCERT
Big and Rich are headed to the Hub City to headline the Frenship Foundation for Leadership’s inaugural benefit concert on September 19 at the United Supermarkets Arena.
Presented by West Texas Land Guys, the country music duo joined by Cowboy Troy will bring an unforgettable night of up-beat entertainment and fun for music lovers.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m., and the night will kick off with special guest Grant Gilbert, a Texas country artist with roots in Lubbock and Texas Tech.
“We are excited to have two music icons like Big and Rich make their first Lubbock appearance for our benefit concert. With Cowboy Troy joining them on stage, it’s going to be a great night,” said Mickey Rogers, Chairman for the Frenship Foundation Special Events Committee. “We encourage our community members to come out and enjoy a fun night filled with great music to help support our Frenship teachers and students.”
Individually, John Rich and Big Kenny are first-rate musicians, songwriters, producers, and entertainers. Together, Big and Rich are one of the most truly original musical forces. Touted as America’s Technicolor cowboys, Big and Rich have made a career of being relatable and musically relevant since 2003 as true country music game changers.
The benefit concert is open to the public, and guests can claim their tickets starting today. General admission tickets are available for $25, $30, and $40 at www.SelectASeatLubbock.com.
Reserved tables on the floor are available by calling Mickey Rogers at (806) 789-4009. Floor tables are limited and are expected to sell out fast. A reserved table seats eight to 10 guests and includes a catered meal, full bar during the concert, and a chance to win auction items.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Frenship Foundation for Leadership and their mission to further educational success by providing Character Scholarships to exemplary students and teacher grants to enhance classroom learning.