V featuring Yankee Darlings
- Saturday December 8, 2018 at 7:00 PM
- Ashwaubenon PAC
- Tickets Website
They're back for a 5th act, hence 'V'. Tallying the attendance since year one, this event has been attended by more than 2,000 ticket-holders! Make sure you're one of them in 2018. A night of inspiration, storytelling, and top-notch locally-grown artists. And they didn't stop locally. Mandi and Tori will soon be igniting Nashville's music scene.
For the second straight year the Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center will be the host. Cami Rapson WBAY returns for her 5th year as event emcee. And Mandi and Tori return with a whole new lineup of impressive original music.
Yankee Darlings centers on the incredibly talented rising-stars of Nashville, Mandi Anderson and Tori Moussaed. Both Mandi and Tori are 2012 graduates of Bay Port High School. And they're kind of into this companion animal rescue thing with nine (that's 9) rescue pets between the two of them!
About the Yankee Darlings: Mandi and Tori are 2012 graduates of Bay Port High School. These talented Nashville recording artists are on the cutting edge of country music. On the heels of their November 2015 release of Light in the Dark (EP), they signed to a publishing company. At 24 years old they’re now working with some of the best in the business and preparing their music for radio. In addition to their musical prowess (which started when they began performing together at age 8), their hearts are very familiar with the needs of homeless pets. They have 9 rescue pets between the two of them and have performed benefit concerts for companion animal rescue organizations in multiple states.
About Happily Ever After (HEA): HEA was founded in 2006 by Ashwaubenon High School graduate Amanda Reitz. HEA’s vision is to create a world where the life of every companion animal matters…Every.Single.One. The Sanctuary’s mission is to provide a loving home to every companion animal that enters its care – lifetime guaranteed. HEA provides direct care to approximately 200 companion animals each day.