Mix 96.5 Celebrates the Holidays with A Not So Silent Night Concert on Thursday, Dec. 15 at Revention Music Center
Featuring Performances By Train, Fitz and the Tantrums and The Strumbellas Benefitting The University of Texas MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital
Houston, Texas – November 3rd , 2016 – CBS RADIO Houston’s Mix 96.5 and The Dave, Mahoney and DK Morning Show are pleased to announce the lineup for this year’s Not So Silent Night featuring performances by Train, Fitz and the Tantrums and The Strumbellas. The second annual show will take place on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016 at Revention Music Center.
A portion of the proceeds from the show will benefit MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital.
“It’s always a pleasure to work with Bands like Train and Fitz and the Tantrums who continue to give back to the fans on a local level, while at the same time, rocking our worlds,” said Charese Fruge, VP of Programming for CBS Radio Houston and Program director of KHMX. “They are two of the most exciting live bands out there, and the Strumbellas will bring a fresh new vibe to this year’s annual holiday show.”
“Can’t wait to throw down for Not So Silent Night. H Town here we come! Get ready to Wreck the Halls for an amazing cause with us and Mix 96.5,” said lead singer Michael “Fitz” Fitzpatrick of Fitz and the Tantrums.
“We love coming back to Houston and tearing it up with Mix 96.5. Especially around the holidays! Get ready to ‘Deck the Halls’ and help raise money for MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital. It will be a night we won’t forget,” added Train singer Pat Monahan.
Tickets for Not So Silent Night go on sale Friday, Nov. 4 through livenation.com. All month long leading up to the show Mix 96.5 will be giving away tickets on air. Listeners can tune in to win tickets over-the-air, online at www.mix965houston.com and through the Radio.com app for mobile devices.
“We are grateful for the support of our patients,” said Lisa Hafemeister, division administrator for the Children’s Cancer Hospital at MD Anderson. “Every dollar counts and funds are used to support important childhood cancer research and patient programs.”
(This post was taken from a release sent to me by CBS Houston)