'Fab Four' Concert to Benefit Ovation's 10th Anniversary
Ontario, CA, April 7, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Emmy Award-Winning ‘The Fab Four’ will be performing a concert to benefit Ovation School for the Performing Arts at the California Education and Performing Arts Center. The Fab Four is the ultimate Beatles tribute band.
The evening will begin with a Silent Auction at 4:45, then a brief presentation from Ovation staff and students commemorating the school’s decade of service to the community. Following the presentation, The Fab Four will take the stage. Their incredible stage performances include three costume changes representing every era of the Beatles ever-changing career.
Ovation School for the Performing Arts is a 501c3 non-profit, charitable organization. Ovation provides training in all areas of the performing arts to children and teens in Upland and its surrounding communities. Ovation’s student base reaches as far as Redlands and Rosemead. Ovation’s purpose is to provide a safe-haven for the youth in our community. Not only do students learn the performing arts, but they learn life skills and ‘pay it forward’ with their time and talent. Students perform for senior communities, veteran’s hospitals, homeless shelters and various other community events.
In addition to the programs offered during the week, Ovation offers a full performing arts program to teens and young adults with disabilities. They recently performed at LA’s Autism Speaks Walk at the Rose Bowl.
The Benefit Concert and Silent Auction is Ovation’s largest fundraising event of the year. Because Ovation’s tuition is so low, tuition alone does not cover the cost of running the school. The organization depends on fundraisers and donations to continue offering its programs to the community.
For more information, contact: Becky Broyles at (909) 985-1858.