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Gospel on the Green is Saturday

The Fayette County High School Band Boosters are proud to present the second annual Gospel on the Green concert at the Southern Ground Amphitheatre May 3 at 6 p.m. Performers include Stellar Award winner Micah Stampley and local artists Daphney Hilton, Vincent Lott, Lydia Simonds, God’s Gurls, and more.

Proceeds from the concert will assist with the purchase of instruments, music, equipment, and uniforms for the Fayette County High School Band program. The FCHS band is the largest student organization at the school and is considered one of the premier band programs in the region.

The Wind Ensemble has performed five invitational concerts in the last six years at venues including the Georgia Music Educators Association In-Service Conference and various honor band festivals throughout the southeast.

The Marching Band was recently named Grand Champions of the 2013 Valhalla Classic Marching Band Competition and is consistently named a finalist in Bands of America Regional Championships. Many band members receive top music honors and college music scholarships throughout the country.

All are invited to support the band program and enjoy the Gospel on the Green. Gates open at 5 p.m. Adult tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the gate. Youth tickets (6-12) are $10. VIP tables and vendor spaces are available. For more information, please visit www.gospelonthegreen.eventbrite.com.

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