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GoodStock benefit concert set March 26 at The Hangar


The City of Lancaster has partnered with GoodStock to host a community benefit concert called GoodStock at The Hangar, located at the Lancaster Municipal Stadium, on March 26, beginning at 3 p.m.

The concert’s artist lineup will feature Baby Bash, Deniece Williams, Sons of Motown, Evelyn Champagne King, DJ Battlecat, and many more! Attendees can also get excited about the event’s host, American actor and stand-up comedian Brandon T. Jackson. The event will feature a variety of on-site food trucks with snacks, meals, and drinks.

GoodStock at The Hangar will raise money for The Thirst Project, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to build infrastructure that brings fresh water to developing communities.

There are currently 663 million people across the globe without access to clean drinking water, which contributes to widespread death and illness from otherwise preventable waterborne diseases. The funding raised by this year’s benefit concert will be used to build borehole wells and water pipelines in the Kingdom of Eswatini, Uganda, Kenya, and El Salvador to bring safe water to these areas.

“The City of Lancaster’s GoodStock at The Hangar concert is a unique event that raises our awareness that not everyone has a life as good as we have in Lancaster. It also makes giving back to people in need easy and fun,” said Mayor R. Rex Parris. “Communities around the world need help to get access to safe drinking water, and I’m proud that this event will be bringing Lancaster residents together for such a great cause.”

Attendees will have the option to purchase tickets for stadium seating or premier table seating, which is on the field for an up-close-and-personal concert experience. Tickets start at $50 for stadium seating and $225 for field table seating. Prices increase depending on the location.

Gates to the event open at 2 p.m. with artist performances starting at 3 p.m. The full artist lineup, event maps, and other event details are available at