Kelowna Students To Cover AEROSMITH For Charity

June 1, 2010

According to British Columbia, Canada's, 150 students from Wentworth Music will once again hit the stage for a family-friendly evening of rock and charity.

On Monday, June 28 at the Kelowna Community Theatre, Wentworth Music and Interior Savings present Rock This Way, a tribute to AEROSMITH.

For the last three years Wentworth Music and Interior Savings bi-annual concerts have not only been providing students with concert opportunities that rival what you would see from other professional touring acts but they have also raised nearly $30,000 from their shows to benefit the children's ward at Kelowna General Hospital.

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