A very special local Christmas concert

Proceeds will benefit local Special Olympics Michigan athletes

The holiday season is a time for giving. This holiday season several local musicians are giving back to the community by banding together. They’ll perform a concert on Dec. 14th at 7 p.m. at the Fountain Street Church in Grand Rapids, Mich. to help benefit Special Olympics Michigan athletes.

These well known local-musicians will perform original and traditional holiday songs on the spectacular Fountain Street Church sanctuary stage to raise funds for Special Olympics Michigan athletes.

Some of the artists participating in the event include, The Concussions, Nobody’s Darlin’, Members of Domestic Problems, J. Oscar Bittinger and Friends, Spencer Mulder and some special surprise guests will also be on hand! This concert is a treat for all ages, so bring the whole family and enjoy the best Grand Rapids has to offer.

Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door and children 5 or younger will be admitted for free. Tickets are available at Vertigo Music on Division, Fountain Street Church and the Special Olympics Michigan Southwest office.

For more information, or to set up an interview with a musician or local athlete contact Jim Taylor at (616) 583-1202 or james.taylor@cmich.edu.

Special Olympics Michigan Inc. (SOMI) provides year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Athletes build physical fitness, develop self-confidence and prepare for participation in society.

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