Lee Brice Concert

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WALTON MAGAZINE PRESENTS:

A NIGHT WITH LEE BRICE | JULY 31ST

@ OHANA INSTITUTE - DOORS OPEN 7PM

ADULTS ONLY - THIS IS A 21+ EVENT

ZOE WALEGA | 7:30PM

JOANNA COTTEN | 8:15PM

LEE BRICE | 9PM

INSIDE VIP TABLES | Seats 6 | $1000 each
LIMITED TABLES AVAILABLE
(includes show tickets & food & drink vouchers)

OUTSIDE PRIVATE TABLES | Seat 6 | $700 each
LIMITED TABLES AVAILABLE
(includes show tickets & food & drink vouchers)

GENERAL ADMISSION | $75 each

**CASH BAR AVAILABLE**
**SILENT AUCTION - DETAILS TBA**

**Social distancing protocols will apply. Masks and hand sanitizer will be provided**

OHANA INSTITUTE LOCATED IN 30AVENUE
ANCHORS THE EAST INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 98 AND SCENIC HIGHWAY 30A
12805 U.S. HWY 98 EAST | INLET BEACH, FLORIDA 32461

ABOUT LEE BRICE @ OHANA INSTITUTE

Lee Brice will be performing a once in a lifetime private concert to benefit Ohana Institute. Don't miss this opportunity to experience his music including his self-titled new record. "Lee Brice" is a homecoming of sorts and a homing device on the essence of what’s defined the man whose written hits for Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean and the Eli Young Band, who had their breakout single with “Crazy Girl.” There’s a newfound simplicity to tracks like the real-life “Songs In The Kitchen,” the soul searching “What Keeps You Up At Night,” the loving reality check “Boy” and self-recognizing “I Don’t Smoke,” which scrapes Brice’s music to the bone and features guitars by Warren Haynes.

“Songs that are pleasing to the heart, songs where your heart hears it, and you feel something in your heart, they don’t need all that stuff,” Brice explains. “So this album I wanted to be a real organic thing: I play 99% of the lead guitar, my band’s on it – and there’s even a theremin, which I had to learn to play.  When I started, I wanted this record to be groovy, stripped down to the message and the feel."

All in attendance agree to being photographed and or recorded on video. These media items may be used for the marketing of Ohana Institute and or Walton Magazine.

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