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Tickets on sale for October outdoor concert in Annapolis that will benefit those affected by Hurricane Ida

The “Night Out on the Town” outdoor concert at Annapolis Town Center will not only bring great bands together for a night, but the proceeds will support community members affected by Hurricane Ida.

The concert, which will be hosted Oct. 10 at the town center, will benefit those affected by the tornado that ripped through Annapolis on Sept. 1.

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“It was terrible to see the destruction left by Ida,” said Anthony Henry, general manager of Annapolis Town Center in a statement. “We hope this event will encourage the community to gather for an enjoyable evening while also helping to raise funds for those in need.”

The will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. and features the East Coast’s original ’80s band The Reagan Years, Danah Koch, and DJ Manjo from JAGMAC.

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Attendees can purchase concert-only tickets for $25 or opt-in for an additional silent disco experience. The combo ticket costs $30 and ticket holders can choose from three different silent disco time slots throughout the night. All ticketed guests will receive entry to the event, the musical experience of their choice, and access to a variety of food and beverages offered by Vintage Views Bar and additional local food trucks.

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