Daryl Weyman performs at Johnny Cash at the 2010 Agassiz Fall Fair.

Elvis and Cash tributes in Agassiz

Concert will benefit the Agassiz Ag Hall repairs

It’s time to get out your dancing shoes.

There will be an Elvis sighting in Agassiz on November 5 at the Agricultural Hall.  Johnny Cash is also making an appearance.

Elvis (Jeff Bodner) and Johnny Cash (Daryl Weyman) are helping the Agassiz Agricultural and Horticultural Association in a fundraiser event. These talented gentlemen will be performing a variety of songs for your entertainment starting at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $15 and there will also be a concession available for light snacks. The money raised will go towards the hall and pavilion repair and upgrades.

The Agricultural Hall and Pavilion are utilized for a variety of activities. They are also used free of charge for some youth activities including the Scouts and Cadets as well as the popular Halloween Spooktacular and Christmas Choir Festival.

 

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