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Pack the ‘Virtual’ House for Care and Culture!

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Only a few days left to purchase tickets to the Raise Your Voice – Virtual Concert supporting the most urgent needs at Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) and arts programming at The Gibson Centre (GCC). Help two great causes pack the ‘virtual’ house for care and culture! 

The Raise Your Voice – Virtual Concert is an online concert fun for all ages, music-lovers and community members alike. From the comfort of their own home, attendees will enjoy the new country/rock energy of Marshall Dane, piano ballads from up-and-coming singer/songwriter Sophia Fracassi, and the soulful notes of blues legend Erin McCallum, who have collectively been turning heads in the music industry for over a decade. Katherine Chabot, local musician, founder of Paige’s Passion Music Fest, and coordinator of Barrie’s Live Music Show will be the MC for the evening, lending her quick wit and talents to what is sure to be an unforgettable evening. 

Attendees will also witness the grand finale of the Raise Your Voice “idol-style” music competition. The top three People’s Choice finalists Luke Martin, Erin Alysha, and Drew Snider will be battling it out for first place – you never know, we may have the next Mila Miller or Drew Wright! 

Leading up to the event, attendees and the general public also have the opportunity to participate in the Raise Your Voice – Silent Auction offering amazing packages from local businesses. Get your bids in now for a chance to win Maui Jim sunglasses, golf foursome and cart, a Stay & Dine Package, a Spa Package and artwork to name a few. VIP ticket holders will also get an added treat of a take-home Andrew Peller Limited wine and Maple Grove Farm dessert. 

Raise Your Voice – Virtual Concert: June 3, 2021, 7:30-9:30 p.m. 

  • $40 General Ticket
  • $70 VIP Ticket (includes take-home Andrew Peller Limited wine + Maple Grove Farm dessert) 

Together nearly $20,000 has been raised through their first-ever virtual concert, aiming to reach the $40,000 fundraising goal with the help of the community. “We know the pandemic has drastically shaped the future of events, but the interest we have seen for innovative community fundraising events like Raise Your Voice is encouraging,” says Melody McLean, Interim Executive Director, SMHF and Jennifer Fortin, Executive Director of GCC. 

To purchase tickets to the Raise Your Voice – Virtual Concert and make your auction bids visit: https://trellis.org/raiseyourvoice 

Media Release Submitted by Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation