Gone Country Music Festival on Saturday, July 22 Raises Funds for Children’s Hospice
Surrey, B.C. | July 5, 2017 – Twin brothers, Jamie and Chris Ruscheinski, founders of Twins Cancer Fundraising, are hosting their fifth annual Gone Country music festival July 22 at 2:00PM in Cloverdale, BC.
WHAT: Country music festival in Cloverdale, B.C. with proceeds going to Canuck’s Place Children’s Hospice in Vancouver, hosted by Twins Cancer Fundraising.
WHO: Tim Hicks, a Canadian music veteran who has seven Top 10 singles on Canadian country radio, #1 country album, multiple CCMA and SOCAN wins and JUNO nods, and coveted spots on prestigious festival stages nationwide.
Jojo Mason, a Regina-born Canadian country music singer-songwriter who joined up with songwriter/producer Dan Swinimer to perfect his talent, has quickly climbed the country music charts with this recent success in the Top 10 on Billboard Canada’s Country chart.
WHEN | Saturday, July 22, 2017 2:00PM
WHERE | Millenium Park 64TH Avenue and 176th Street, Surrey
TICKETS | Available for purchase online at:
About Twins Cancer Fundraising | Jamie and Chris Ruscheinski began their campaign to fight cancer after their mother passed away and losing their close friend Shaun Gauthier to cancer five years ago. To date the Twins have raised over $1.8 Million for agencies such as the BC Cancer Foundation. Their goal of $366,000 at this year’s event will go directly to Canuck Place Children’s Hospice of Vancouver.