Aaron Pritchett will be performing at Thalassa Restaurant on July 7 for Concert Under the Stars.

Aaron Pritchett coming to Qualicum Beach

The concert at Thalassa Restaurant is benefiting Ronald McDonald House

Tickets are on sale for Concert Under The Stars with Aaron Pritchett.

Pritchett will be joined by Jordan Pritchett and Backstage Whiskey at Thalassa Restaurant at Qualicum Beach Golf Course (469 Memorial Ave.).

The all-ages concert is a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver.

There will be a cash bar and BBQ stations as well.

Tickets for the show are $30 plus taxes for inside the building along the glass or $35 for picnic-style seats on the lawn. To get tickets, visit eventbrite.ca.

The show is Thursday, July 7 from 5 to 11 p.m. at Thalassa Restaurant.

For more on the event, read Thursday’s paper.

— NEWS Staff

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