MSJC Foundation invites the public to join virtual concert benefiting students

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Thompson Square, the Grammy-nominated country music duo who headlined the Menifee Music and Arts Festival in 2019, will entertain Mt. San Jacinto College students, family and friends for an hour at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 22. The public is welcome to purchase a limited amount of tickets for the concert by visiting http://www.msjc.edu. Valley News/Mt. San Jacinto College photo

SAN JACINTO – Residents may not be able to attend concerts in person right now, but thanks to the Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation, they can still rock out at a virtual concert.

Thompson Square, the Grammy-nominated country music duo who headlined the Menifee Music and Arts Festival in 2019, will entertain Mt. San Jacinto College students, family and friends and members of the public for an hour at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 22. The multiplatinum-selling husband and wife have earned “Vocal Duo of the Year” honors from both the Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association awards.

The public is welcome to join the exclusive Zoom portion of the virtual concert for $20, which will benefit the MSJC Foundation’s Pledge for Success. The Zoom portion provides an up-close and personal experience with Thompson Square that fans rarely have access to in which they can interact with the band, request songs and hear the band share some unique stories. Tickets are limited and are available first-come, first-serve. They can be purchased at http://www.msjc.edu.

The Pledge for Success, a basic-needs initiative, supports MSJC students with emergency funding and food, books and supplies, professional clothing, and essential hygienic kits throughout the year. Learn more about the Pledge for Success at www.msjc.edu/pledgeforsuccess.

The concert would not be possible without support from MSJC Foundation sponsors Pepsi; CW Driver; Keenan; Image Source; Dominion Trust; So Cal Gas and California Coast Credit Union.

Learn more at http://www.msjc.edu/foundation.

Submitted Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation.