Crumbacher Undercover The Lifters concert

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TAKE 2 PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS

UNDERCOVER, CRUMBACHER, THE LIFTERS with special guest
Solo Performances:
MICHAEL ROE (of The 77s), DERRI DAUGHERTY (of The Choir)

Saturday, January 8, 2011, 6pm
Crossroads Church, Corona, Ca

Tickets:
$20 General Admission Presale ($25 at the door)
$100 VIP (Limited available at the door)
Children 6-12 $10 at the door   Ages 5 and under FREE

VIP Ticket includes:
OnSite After Party (special surprise performances)
Early Admission to Venue (2PM)
Seating in the first 5 rows
Exclusive online access to “behind the scene” info, updates and news

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