TREMONTON – By Cari Doutre - November 12, 2020
Good deeds are still around us – even during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s no exception for the popular country western band The Bar J Wranglers from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Known for hosting benefit concerts throughout the west, they often host concerts in Box Elder County benefitting local organizations. The band mixes music, comedy and story telling in their songs and routines.
On Saturday, Nov. 21, a live concert will be held at 7 p.m. MST at the Box Elder County fairgrounds in Tremonton in the Fine Arts building. In accordance with COVID-19 state guidelines and restrictions regarding large group gatherings, the in-person concert will have a limited amount of tickets available.
Seats will be spaced out properly to meet social distancing guidelines. All tickets are general admission. Masks are required to attend the event as per state mandate and hand sanitizing stations will be available at the concert.
The concert is also available via livestream for viewers to watch the concert from the comforts of home. This event will not be recorded and is a true livestream concert only. It will not be available to watch later.
To purchase a ticket online for the in-person or live-stream concert, click on this LINK
The benefit concert is hosted by The Madson Foundation – a foundation in honor of Sherri Madson. Sherri resided in Tremonton for more than 20 years and was an educator with the Box Elder School District. She passed away in 2019 after a valiant battle with liver cancer.
The Madson Foundation offers college scholarships for local students but also provides school supplies for students in need. For more information about The Madson Foundation, visit their official website HERE or follow them on Facebook.