Benefit Concert for Norton Buffalo Planned for November 22 and 23rd-Proceeds to Benefit the Paradise, California Performing Arts Center
Date: Sunday, November 22, 2009
Time: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Location: Paradise performing Arts Center
Street: Clark Rd. @ Nunnely
City: Paradise, CA
At Norton's request the Sunday night benefit will feature. . . Big Mo and Friends, Carlos Reyes and Friends, Tom Rigney and Flambeau and Roy Rogers and The Delta Rhythm Kings. $40 General Admission. FIRST SHOW SOLD OUT Call Bill Anderson toll free 1-877-397-3363 10AM to 10PM. Or send check payable to:
c/o Bill Anderson
Paradise CA 95969.
Stay at Ponderosa Gardens Motel, 7010 Skyway, Paradise, California. Reservations:1-888-727-3423. The motel is donating ten rooms for performers!
The Buffalo Herd is still rampaging for tickets to Norton's benefit at The Paradise Performing Arts Center which SOLD OUT Monday evening. We've compiled a list of over 350 people who wanted to come after we sold out. So guess what? Norton's very lovely wife Lisa has asked us to schedule another show for Monday evening November 23rd and she wants the proceeds from the second show to go to support the Performing Arts Center that Norton loved so much and worked so hard to save over the past four months of his life.
So far Maria Muldaur, the Barry The Fish" Melton Band, Linda and David La Flamme, Carlos Reyes, David Denny, and Big Mo and the Full Moon Blues Band have agreed to perform. $40 General Admission. Call to reserve tickets toll free 1-877-397-3363 any day 10am to 10pm.
See you there!
About Paradise, California
Paradise is nestled in the foothills of the Northern California's Sierra Nevada Mountains. The Butte County community sits astride a ridge top with elevations ranging from 2,000 to 2,800 feet above the valley floor. Our climate and location allows residents and visitors to enjoy an array of tall pines and majestic oaks, cooler summertime temperatures, occasional winter snowfalls, and an engaging environment.
Paradise is the second largest city in Butte County, and is part of the Chico-Paradise metropolitan area. Paradise was incorporated in 1979, and it is home to nearly 27,000 residents. Paradise is a short drive from the Bay Area and the Sacramento region. The drive takes you along historic and scenic highways 99 and 70, and past the orchards and rice fields. A spring time drive along the Blossom Tour is a must see.
Rich in history, innate beauty, and friendly people, Paradise is fantastic place to raise a family, build a business, or just relax for a weekend in the pines.