The Lions Club of Grand Cayman is hosting a Cayman Country New Year’s Eve show to benefit the Lions Club of Grand Cayman Sight Programme and the Brac Recovery.
The Lions President, Tony Ritch, said: ‘The Lions Club in the past has put together some great Country Shows and this year is going to be no exception.’
Little Texas will be performing at this year’s event.
Little Texas was conceived in Nashville, Tennessee, by a handful of young men who successfully strove to bring their brand of rockin’ county to the forefront of the music industry.
Known as ‘the hardest working band in country music’, the band has been inspiring audiences with their determination and passion for years.
Fundraising Chairperson Lee Ramoon said: ‘We are really excited about this show and we’ll have some great local acts performing too. Come midnight, you’ll be able to raise a glass of champagne and toast 2009 and five lucky winners will walk away with a cash prize of $1,000, I can’t think of a better way to start the New Year.’
Tickets are $40 prepaid and $50 at the gate and are available from all Lions members, Funky Tangs, Reflections and Jose’s Escape.