Please join us for this SURPRISE Party and Benefit Concert! The All-New High Street Party Band - one of Tom's favorites! - will be coming to the State Theatre in Red Bluff, California to mark the occasion.
The Amundson family has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support from the community. Realizing what Tom means to the community has just reinforced how much the community means to Tom, as well as his family. That is why, when thinking of a way to adequately celebrate the end of this chapter in his road to recovery, they wanted to invite the community to celebrate with them.
There is no cost to attend this event. However, it is ticketed and donations are appreciated. If you would like to make a donation to Tom and Rosemary, you may do so during checkout by naming your own price for the cost of a ticket to attend the event. That said, donations are certainly not required and if you just want to come show your support for Tom, we welcome you to attend at no cost. Simply enter $0.00 as the ticket price and proceed with checkout. All money raised from ticket sales will go directly to Tom and Rosemary Amundson.*
We look forward to surprising Tom with, hopefully, a packed house full of friends and family for a great night of music and celebration. We are profoundly grateful for the kindness and generosity from our beloved community!
*Proceeds from concessions will go to The State Theatre.
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Disturbances: All patrons must maintain appropriate behavior at all times. Any patron using offensive language, engaging in disorderly conduct, disturbing other patrons, or violating any venue policies may be ejected from the venue and may be subject to arrest. Ejected patrons will not receive a ticket refund.