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Fredericton Benefit Concert Offers Strong Response To Local Tragedy

A band of Maritime musicians aided by local radio stations affiliated with Bell Media and Newcap Radio are working together to organize and promote a unity concert for four people, including two co

Fredericton Benefit Concert Offers Strong Response To Local Tragedy

By FYI Staff

A band of Maritime musicians aided by local radio stations affiliated with Bell Media and Newcap Radio are working together to organize and promote a unity concert for four people, including two constables, shot dead in Fredericton on August 10.


Fredericton Strong Benefit Concert is to be staged Oct. 6 at the 4200-capacity Aitken University Centre with an initial line-up that includes Matt Mays, Matt Andersen & The Mellotones, Classified, Neon Dreams, and Tristan Horncastle. The city’s own David Myles will MC the event.

Organizers say that additional performers are to be announced in the coming days.

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Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 10 am at the Aitken Centre box office

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