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ALT 92.1 welcomes the Come Together – A Community Benefit Concert For The Arts to NEPA, happening Thursday July 16th in the parking lot at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre Twp, in partnership with the Gallery of Sound and Geisinger.

From the Mohegan Sun Arena’s Fbook page:

“Featuring performances by Tigers Jaw, Lifer, James Barret, Joe Burke & Co., Dustin Douglas & Electric Gentlemen, Esta Coda, Modern Ties, The Mule Team, PAN.A.CE.A with Aaron Bruch, University Drive and more to be announced soon.

A 40’ outdoor stage will be setup near the venue’s East Gate and will be equipped with lighting, large LED video screens and audio amplification.

Proceeds from the event will support several local non-profits, including theaters and performance centers that have been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The community beneficiaries are The F.M Kirby Center, Karl Hall, The Ritz Theater, The Scranton Cultural Center, The Dietrich Theater, McGlynn Center in Wilkes-Barre, The Little Theater of Wilkes-Barre, WVIA, Axelrad Screen Printing and Luzerne Head Start. Two additional non-profits will be added via fan vote in the coming weeks through the Gallery of Sounds Facebook page.

Tickets for “Come Together” are $100 per vehicle (that’s $25 per person with 4 people per car), and go on sale Friday, July 3rd at 10am exclusively via Ticketmaster.com. Each ticket includes a parking space for your vehicle along with the adjacent parking space to allow the patrons from that vehicle to get out of their vehicle and enjoy the event from outside.

A limited number of Gold Circle ($199.50) & Silver Circle ($149.50) parking spaces will be made available for this performance. Gold Circle and Silver Circle parking guarantees a spot in the first few rows in closest proximity to the stage.

A maximum of four (4) occupants will be permitted per vehicle. Up to 1,000 vehicles will be permitted for the event.”