Revisit the Legend of Steppenwolf concert to benefit AVHS

  • Sunday, September 24, 2017 10:46am
  • Life

Revisit the Legend of Steppenwolf performs a benefit concert for the Auburn Valley Humane Society on Saturday, Sept. 30, at Auburn Mountainview High School.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. with raffle and auction baskets, CDs, T-shirts and concessions, followed by the concert from 7 to 9 p.m. at the school, 28900 124th Ave. SE.

Procceds from the concert support the humane society in its work help lost, abandoned and homeless animals.

Featuring the legends and former members of Steppenwolf, the classic rock band will perform such hits as “Born to be Wild,” “Magic Carpet Ride” and “Pusher.” The band performs songs the original band recorded, taking rock fans down memory lane.

Opening the concert will be One Sultry Day, an alternative rock band with Native American roots in Kent. The band’s original songs are transformative in nature, using natively inspired instruments – a hide drum, wooden flute and bear-shaped rattle. Band members include Roxanne Bradshaw, Dana Dougherty, Jeff Lombardi, Travis Wisniewski and Michelle Wadlow.

Thozz Guyzz will perform, featuring national drummer Michael D, who played with Joan Jett (1979-1980).

Pre-order ticket sales end at noon Friday, Sept. 29. General admission tickets are $25 with VIP tickets at $50 and backstage ticket passes at $100. Tickets may be purchased at the AVHS shelter at 4910 A St. SE, or go online. Remaining tickets will be available at the box office for purchase one hour prior to the show starting at 6pm.

For more information about the concert and the AVHS, contact 253-249-7849 or info@auburnvalleyhs.org.

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