Motherland Amphitheater hosts benefit for Women's Protective Svc - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Motherland Amphitheater hosts benefit for Women's Protective Services

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A Women's Protective Services benefit hosted by Motherland Amphitheater will begin Saturday, October 16th from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m.

This special all-day event will feature some of the best local and regional musicians; including, Tori Vasquez, Susan Grisanti, Chrissie Natoli, Eileen and Holly Aiken, PJ Welch-Liggan, and more.

The public can enjoy guest speakers, food and craft vendors, community service organization booths, as well as a supervised kid's activity area. The event's purpose is to nurture a positive energy that connects people as a community in a chain of love that will continue to grow.

Gate Prices for this event are: Adults $7, Couples and Families $10, under 16-free. Motherland Amphitheater is located six blocks south of 82nd Street on the west service road of I-27, behind Outdoor Chef.

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