Come feel the love! Join us for a fun-filled night of music and entertainment the whole family will enjoy as the B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert, presented by S&T Bank, will play Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex in a benefit for Renda Broadcasting’s Teddy Bear Fund Drive on Saturday, December 15, 2012, starting at 8:00 p.m.
The B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert is a holiday musical tradition that the entire family will cherish. It plays throughout the tri-state region to over 40,000 fans in the month of December. Music from B.E.’s two Christmas CDs can be heard coast to coast on adult contemporary radio during the Christmas season. His Christmas Concert was filmed and picked up by American Public Television and is aired on 200 PBS stations nationally throughout the holiday season! This year, feel the love of Christmas with the B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert. It’s where memories are created, rediscovered, and renewed.
This concert will benefit the Renda Broadcasting Teddy Bear Fund Drive. In its 33rd year, the Renda Broadcasting Teddy Bear Fund Drive has generated over 1.8 million dollars for the Indiana Regional Medical Center Pediatric Unit and the Free Care Fund at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.
B.E. Taylor has become as synonymous with Christmas as chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Every year, hundreds of new families discover the reason that thousands of their neighbors return year after year. Passion and compassion are the qualities that endear B.E. Taylor to the region and his fans.
Tickets to the B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert, presented by S&T Bank, are on sale now and are priced at $25 for upper side view seating, $30 for arena seating and $50 for floor seating in the first seven rows. Please visit the Kovalchick Complex Box Office or call 800-298-4200 to make your ticket purchase today!
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