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About the Event
Join us for a special evening of GREAT music, food and drinks on Saturday, May 27th from 4:30pm – 10pm at the Downtown Morgan Hill Amphitheater.
Friends and family can dance the night away under the stars to Shane Dwight and the Joe Sharino Band. Admission includes a meal ticket per person for the multiple food trucks that will be available with a variety of delicious cuisine as well a drink ticket for beer, wine or champagne. Table seating will be first come, first serve but you are more than welcome to bring a lawn chair or blanket to enjoy the music at the beautiful Downtown Morgan Hill Amphitheater lawn. Must be 21+ to attend. No outside food or drinks. Limited tickets. This event is sure to sell out quickly.
ABOUT THE BANDS:
Shane Dwight Blues Band - 5:30pm – 7pm
Shane grew up on a ranch in Morgan Hill and is now a critically acclaimed blues maverick out of Nashville. Shane has shared the stage with household names such as Blake Shelton, The Doobie Brothers and B.B. King. Shane fires away his own mix of blues-rock, country and soul to create a swagger sound with his loaded six-string gun. He will have you on your feet to his wonderful mix of blues, soul and honky-tonk country.
Joe Sharino Band - 7:45pm – 9:45pm
We are thrilled to be included in Joe Sharino’s reunion tour, selling out every venue he plays. The winner of 18 Best Band awards in Northern California, Joe Sharino and his band have built a reputation for their high-energy live shows. Their music is the best of pop, rock, motown, funk, country, disco R&B, Latin and Swing. The Joe Sharino Band has been the opening act for America, David Lindley, BB King, Emmy Lou Harris, The O’Jays, Charlie Daniels, Chuck Beery, Alan King, The Drifters, The Temptations and many more! They will have you on your feet dancing and singing along at the top of your lungs!
Proceeds from the fundraiser help offset the loss from cancelling the festival this year and the Scholarships already promised to high school seniors