2019 Southern Tier Wounded Warrior Benefit Concert, hosted by LTC Patrick Miller

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Event Date(s): Sat, 07/27/2019 - 3:00pm - 10:00pm
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Wounded Warrior Concert 2019 Allegany NY

The 3rd annual Southern Tier Wounded Warrior Benefit Concert will be held Saturday, July 27th this year at the Allegany Fireman's Park. All money raised (100% NET) at this event will be donated to Wounded Warriors and Homeless Veterans.  Live music on stage throughout the day Featuring Montgomery Gentry!  Other special guests include Eric Van Houten, Meg and Tyler, and Jack Ellis. 

Food and beverages will be available, along with raffles for autographed merchandise from the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly, and St. Bonaventure University.  Bills/Sabres merchandise available for raffle at the Benefit will include:

In addition, LTC Patrick Miller will be hosting this event that brings community members, travelers, and supporters together to raise funds for Wounded Warriors and Homeless Veterans. 

Presale tickets cost $25 and are available online.  You can also find them at the following locations: The Burton Brickhouse (Allegany), the Other Place (Allegany), Union Whiskey (Olean), 3rd Base (Olean), Granny's Verona (Olean), Conkey's Automotive (Olean), and WPIG radio station (Olean). 

Tickets will also be available at the door the day of the event for a cost of $30. Children under 12 are FREE!  Doors open at 3pm, music begins at 4pm.  Commemorative t-shirts will be on sale. 

For more information on this event please visit https://www.facebook.com/SouthernTierWoundedWarriorBenefitConcert

This event will be held at:

Allegany Fireman's Park
188 West Main Street
Allegany, NY 14706
United States
42° 5' 42.6336" N, 78° 30' 1.404" W
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