"Make a Difference" Valley Fire Relief Benefit Concert

7:30 AM
Vacaville theatre and concert venue have teamed up with local hometown heroes and artists Terry
Sheets, The Color Wild, and Lyndsey Elm (The Voice) to benefit victims of Lake County fires including areas in Cobb Mountain, Anderson Springs, and Hidden Valley Lake on October 11.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Vacaville, California, October 1, 2015 - DeVille is joining up with some local hometown heroes to try and do their part in providing relief for friends and towns effected by the tragedy of the California fires.

Deville Vacaville concert venue is pleased to announce they have joined forces with The Color Wild, Terry Sheets Band, and this years The Voice contestant Lyndsey Elm for a benefit concert filled with epic performances.

The show will be from 5pm-8pm on October 11th. It is an all ages event so bring the whole family. Tickets and all the final information will be announced later this week so stay tuned and help spread the love with us.

Tickets are available for $10. Reserve tickets here:

The "Valley Fire" lasted five days from September 14-21, ravaging over 73,700 acres and stretched across portions of Lake, Sonoma and Napa counties. Well over 3,900 firefighters battled the blaze during this five day stretch. Thousands of residents were displaced and are now homeless and claimed the lives of three people. Over 90 percent of Anderson Springs was destroyed, leaving fewer than 10 structures that remain standing.

With the town of Anderson Springs virtually wiped out by The Valley Fire, it is time to rebuild and may take several years before the town is back to its former self. Trees need to be replanted in their place and structures need to be rebuilt to make it home once again.
"We decided to put on a benefit concert not only to help financially for those that have suffered such great loss but also to offer some emotional support as they try to put their lives together one day at a time," says event organizer, Bill Crosson. 
"There's no blueprint for how to survive such a tragedy and move forward and there is certainly no timetable before things become as close to normal as possible. This concert is just a small step combined with so many other generous helpings hands our community has provided recently." 
The Valley fire changed the way many families will live their lives moving forward. There were so many heroic efforts and stories yet to be told, but unfortunately along with that comes many scars and trauma that many experienced and will continue to experience!

Thank you to our corporate sponsor On-Q Financial as well as our local sponsors KMA Limousines and TAMARA HANSEN of Coldwell Banker Kappel Gateway.

To sponsor this event, please contact Bill Crosson at allweknow12@gmail.com