Pop/rock bands Building 429 and The Afters are performing a benefit concert for John Handley High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes (JHHS FCA) in Winchester, Virginia.
The show will be held at John Handley High School's Patsy Cline Theatre on September 29 and will also feature Hawk Nelson and Finding Favour.
"FCA fund-raisers support college scholarships, Christian Athletic Camp leadership experiences and club expenses. The FCA exists to promote Christ's example and teachings as a positive lifestyle for young men and women participating in sports at JHHS," said Jim Gowdy, JHHS FCA faculty sponsor in a press release.
Building 429, The Afters, and Hawk Nelson will be playing this show as a part of their United We Stand Tour.
"We are excited to be working with The Afters to bring an amazing lineup of entertainment and worship to the masses this fall," said Jason Roy, singer for Building 429 in a press release. "The UWS Tour is guaranteed to thrill as we partner the strength of two of contemporary Christian music's historically prominent bands. We feel blessed to have Hawk Nelson joining us and look forward to witnessing the rebirth of an amazing group. These shows will be fun, high energy and will hopefully leave you feeling encouraged in your faith."
"We're excited to be partnering with our friends, Building 429, this fall for the United We Stand tour," said Josh Havens, vocalist for The Afters in a release. "It's going to be a special night that we hope brings our fans together and unites the communities that we're in. We're also thrilled to have Hawk Nelson and Finding Favour join us for what will definitely be one of the best nights of music that we've ever been a part of."
Tickets can be purchased at Handley High School and Sweet Frog in Winchester, or on iTickets http://www.itickets.com/events/311663.html.