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

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Illegal waste-dumping spikes in Regional District of Nanaimo during 2019

Last year the RDN collected 74 tonnes last year

Iconic white raven returns to Parksville Qualicum Beach area

Photographer John Domovich: ‘It blew me away when I first observed it’

Parksville’s Summer by the Sea event starts June 30

‘We are looking forward to providing a vibrant market’

Qualicum Beach man arrested over racist incident at Tseshaht First Nation

Port Alberni RCMP said the man turned himself in

VIDEO: B.C. dentist gets grand welcome home after two months in hospital fighting COVID-19

Michael Chow was given a surprise send off by hospital staff and ‘welcome home’ from neighbours

Friends, family mourn Salt Spring Island woman killed in suspected murder-suicide

A GoFundMe campaign has been launched for Jennifer Quesnel’s three sons

Facing changes together: Your community, your journalists

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in ways that would have… Continue reading

‘Like finding a needle in a haystack’: Ancient arrowhead discovered near Williams Lake

The artifact is believed to be from the Nesikip period between 7,500 BP to 6,000 BP

Indigenous families say their loved ones’ deaths in custody are part of pattern

Nora Martin joins other Indigenous families in calling for a significant shift in policing

PHOTOS: Anti-racism protesters gather in communities across B.C.

More protests are expected through the weekend

Indigenous chief alleges RCMP beat him during arrest that began over expired licence plate

Athabasca Chipewyan Chief Allan Adam calling for independent investigation

Black Lives solidarity demonstration fills Nanaimo park

Anti-racism protest held at Maffeo Sutton Park on Friday afternoon

‘I’m pissed, I’m outraged’: Federal minister calls out police violence against Indigenous people

Indigenous Minister Marc Miller spoke on recent incidents, including fatal shooting of a B.C. woman

Most Read