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Vocal Trash to perform at Friday benefit

From Lubbock Area Foundation:

The Young Leaders Society of Lubbock Area Foundation is pleased to present the high-energy entertainment phenomenon, Vocal Trash, at the annual Night to Laugh Out Loud on November 9th at the LHUCA Firehouse Theatre. All proceeds from this event will benefit nonprofits that serve children in the South Plains area

Vocal Trash is like a variety show LIVE from Central Park. The effect is grand, emotions are high, and the energy absolutely contagious. Vocal Trash has been performing for audiences since 2001 from New York to Seattle, Ohio to Puerto Rico. Whether at Madison Square Garden, Las Vegas or the Iowa State Fair, Vocal Trash electrifies audiences with their tight acappella harmonies, industrial "Stomp" style drumming and breakdancers. The Vocal Trash performers are singers, dancers and musicians trained on trumpet, piano, harmonica and bass, but coloring outside the lines by playing car parts, trash cans, lids, water bottles, barrels, pots and pans, buckets, brooms, everything they can get their hands on – including the kitchen sink! In the end Vocal Trash is an unforgettable evening of music, dance, and comedy theater dotted with light hearted audience participation!

Here are just a few of the things that are being said about these powerhouse entertainers:

"I've never worked with a more crowd-pleasing group. They're the best!" - Terry Fator, Headliner,  Las Vegas Hilton

"Like Stomp, only better! The vocals are unique" - Palace Theater

"Great Harmonies, our staff danced through the entire segment" - Fox Morning Show

"Vocal Trash rocked the house!" - PBR (Madison Square Garden)

Reservations for Night to Laugh Out Loud can be made by calling the Cactus Theater at (806)762-3233.   For only $40 for adults and $15 for kids 12 and under, enjoy an evening of fantastic food and drink by Melt- then recycle your imagination with Vocal Trash in concert at the LHUCA Firehouse Theatre!   

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