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BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - Get ready, Two Virginias, you're about to get rocked -- again.

The third-annual 'Second Chance Rocks the Two Virginias' concert has been scheduled for Saturday, June 29th at Mitchell Stadium in Bluefield.

This year's stellar lineup includes Justin Moore, Craig Campbell and Shooter Jennings. Plus, special guests Clare Dunn, Folk Soul Revival and Deejay Silver.

Tickets are $35. Bleacher seating is reserved and the field is "bring your own chair" festival seating. Tickets can be purchased at the following locations:

Second Chance Learning Center

  • 14 Westwood Medical Park, Bluefield VA - 276-326-1078

Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce

  • 619 Bland Street, Bluefield WV - 304-327-7184

Black Bear Harley-Davidson Wytheville

  • 430 Lithia Road, Wytheville VA - 276-228-9000

Grants Supermarkets

  • Old Bluefield-Princeton Road, Green Valley - 404-325-6224
  • 11386 Main Street, War
  • 1314 East Main Street, Princeton - 304-425-5700
  • Richlands Mall, Richlands - 276-964-6224
  • 778 Federal Street, Rich Creek - 540-726-7580
  • 629 East Riverside Drive, North Tazewell - 276-988-0945
  • Athens Crossroads, Princeton - 304-425-5887
  • 315 Bluefield Avenue, Bluefield WV - 304-325-8945
  • 3669 New Hope Road, Princeton 304-425-6081

 

The purpose of this concert is to help raise money for non-profit organizations as well as bring a needed economic boost to the community.

For more information about the concert and the Second Chance Learning center you can find it all out here.

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