Presented by Voices of Hope + 101.7 The Bull
Friday, March 1 | 7:30PM
Doors Open at 6:30PM
Reserved Seating: $45
+ $3 Additional Day of Show
About Voices of Hope:
Voices of Hope Boston, in partnership with 101.7 The Bull, presents Country 4A Cure, a concert to benefit cancer research at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the MGH Cancer Center.
Since 2009 VOH has donated nearly $700,000 to cancer research. The non-profit organization raises awareness and funds to support those who conduct the research and create the hope of finding a cure for generations to come.
Hotel Room Block:
The Ashworth by the Sea, Hampton, NH, is offering discounted hotel rooms for the evening. Guests may call the front desk at 603-926-6762 and ask for the Voices of Hope Benefit Block group code “VoicesofHope2019”. This rate is valid through Wednesday, Feb 15th, 2019.
Darren Bessette Band
Darren Bessette is a Nashville recording artist who has had the honor of touring with Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, JoDee Messina, Hank Williams Jr., and many more. He has been featured on several tours throughout the East Coast and MidWest as well as countless award show events such as the CMT Awards and the CMA’s, where he was nominated for his song “Country Philosophy.”
Charlie Scopoletti is a 2X Cancer Survivor and Singer Songwriter who debuted his country songs opening for Charles Esten, star of the TV show Nashville this past year. Charlie inspires through his music, and uplifts spirits with his new country song “SuperHero”.
Singer Songwriter Krystal Polychronis, a New Hampshire native, was recently named Nashville’s “Writer to Watch” list. She has three cuts on a country album that is coming out soon! Krystal’s written songs for international artists and organizations around the New England area. She also wrote a song for the Rio Olympics and disney Channel actress/singer, Juliet Goglia.
Tickets on sale now at www.nsmt.org
Saturday, May 4th at 7:30 PM
$75 (includes post show party), $50 and $40 – Doors open at 6:30 for Silent Auction
Sunday, May 5th at 2:00 PM
$50 and $40 – Doors open at 1:00 for Silent Auction
When the RMS Titanic sank on the eve of April 14, 1912, the world focused on the inconceivable sinking of a ship believed to be unsinkable. Over time, we would come to know the compelling stories of her passengers. We learned the hopes and dreams, heartbreak and heroism of the various social classes who set sail on this historic journey—some to enjoy the luxury of the finest ship at sea, others sailing to a new life in America—all blissfully unaware of the fate that awaited them.
This Spring, Voices of Hope invites you on board their production of the Tony Award-Winning Best Musical, TITANIC which sails onto the stage at North Shore Music Theatre for the first time. With a lush and stunning musical score and fascinating real life stories of her passengers, TITANIC is a captivating experience for lovers of both history and musical theater, as it explores the conditions, causes, and indomitable human spirit of the legendary “ship of dreams”.