Monday, March 12, 2012

The B-52s to headline Band Together benefit in Cary

The Band Together benefit concerts have become a regular gig in Raleigh in the last few years and has apparently outgrown the area outside Lincoln Theatre, because this year it's moving to Cary.

This year's benefit to support the Urban Ministries of Wake County will be at Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary on Saturday, May 12 and will be headlined by the quirky Georgia rock band The B-52s. Chapel Hill band Southern Culture on the Skids and BIG Something from Burlington will open.

Tickets are available now via Etix. Tickets are $29.50 for general admission and $54.50 for reserved seats. VIP tickets are $150 and will include access to catered food and beverage, a VIP area close to the main stage and a silent auction. Additionally, 40 meet-and-greet package tickets are available for $135.

Check out the music video for the title track from The B-52s latest studio album Funplex below. Also, check out the video for the classic "Rock Lobster" below as well.

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