Hospice Concert offers free entertainment, chances to win

The 32nd annual concert benefiting Our Hospice of South Central Indiana is this weekend in Columbus. Saturday night’s concert at Mill Race Park begins at 6:30 p.m. with opening act “The Why Store.” Randy Bachman, the creator and founder of “Bachman-Turner Overdrive” and “The Guess Who” is the headline act for this free concert. Julie Davis explains how a free concert can be the biggest fundraiser for Our Hospice…

In addition, Davis says they will be selling raffle tickets for Faurecia-designed grills, as well as t-shirts from Hoosier Sporting Goods commemorating the concert. She adds that you have an opportunity to watch the concert from a unique position.

Davis says that cost for admission to the amphitheater stage is $100. Openings are limited.

Bridgette Halvorsen talks about how the money raised benefits Our Hospice.

For more on the concert and the mission of Our Hospice, visit Our Hospice of South Central Indiana’s Facebook page.