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Christian music concert in PTC, Saturday

Holy Trinity Council 8081 of the Knights of Columbus announces that it is sponsoring a Christian music concert at the Frederick Brown Amphitheater on Saturday, Oct 2. The performers are Dove Award winning group Downhere along with Chris Sleigh and Finding Favour. They are bringing their You’re Not Alone Tour to Peachtree City.

Special Guests include Second Chance featuring Joyce Gruschow and OPEN24.

“One hundred percent of all profits will be donated to local charities,” stated Ron Plues, the head of Holy Trinity Council. “We are especially excited to be able to experience an international award winning group like Downhere and to be able to listen to a really talented local performer, Joyce Gruschow. What a better way for the entire family to spend a Saturday evening than to come to a Christian music concert knowing that all profits will be given to those in need.”

Reserved seats are $15 and can be purchased on line at www.amphiteater.org or by calling the Fred at 770-631-0630. Tables are also available. “This event is selling out fast so purchase your tickets today” Plues added.

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