Formed in June 2005, by long time friends Billy Wagner and Erik Robinson, Second Chance Learning Center was created to assist with the increased school drop-out rate in Southwest Virginia. Our goal isMore >>
BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - Some of the hottest acts in country music are ready to rock Mitchell Stadium, all for a worthy cause.
The inaugural Second Chance Rocks the Two Virginias concert on July 16 will showcase some of country's top young talent with proceeds benefiting the Second Chance Learning Center in Tazewell and other local charities.
The blockbuster lineup coming to the Bluefields includes Dierks Bentley, Montgomery Gentry, Craig Morgan, Justin Moore, Easton Corbin, Brantley Gilbert and Taylor Made.
Tickets for the daylong event are on sale now and can be purchase at the following locations:
Second Chance Learning Center - 14 Westwood Medical Park, Bluefield, VA - 276-326-1078
Paper and More - 3 Spring Street - Bluefield, VA - 276-322-3055
GoodyKoontz Drugstore - 1526 Bland Street, Bluefield, WV - 304-325-7121
Impressions Bistro - 500 Bland Street, Bluefield, WV - 304-324-8900
Grants Supermarket locations at:
629 East Riverside Drive, North Tazewell, VA - 276-988-0945
Richlands Mall, Richlands, VA - 276-964-6224
1314 East Main Street, Princeton, WV - 304-425-5700
Harley-Davidson of Wytheville - 430 Lithia Road, Wytheville, VA - 276-228-9000
Formed in June 2005, by longtime friends and Tazewell County natives Erik Robinson and Major League Baseball star Billy Wagner, Second Chance Learning Center was created to combat the increased school dropout rate in Southwest Virginia by working with area students and stressing the importance of education in their future lives.