Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Lakewood Ranch seniors Josh Rogers and Brett Wagner celebrated with benefit concert at Joyland in Bradenton feat. Florida Georgia Line
An association started by the parents of Josh “Bubba” Rogers and Brett “Bswag” Wagner, the two Lakewood Ranch seniors who lost their lives as a result of an accident on Christmas night last year, is holding a benefit concert to celebrate the boys' birthdays and seat belt awareness.
The 1st Annual B.U.B.B.A. Birthday Bash concert on Friday, Oct. 5 will feature the popular new country group Florida Georgia Line. All of the ticket sales will go to Buckle Up for Bswag and Bubba Association, also known as B.U.B.B.A., according to a press release sent on behalf of the families.
B.U.B.B.A. was started by the mothers of the two boys, Gena Rogers and Debbie Wagner. The goal of the association is to create awareness for seatbelt safety for teens and young adults, through their website BubbaSavesLives.org, Facebook page and through speaking at, attending and sponsoring area events.
Florida Georgia Line's ebullient, summer-love new single "Cruise" is at No. 27 on the Billboard's Top Country Songs chart. Earlier this year the band signed with the Big Machine Label group that's home to Nashville stars like Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw and Rascal Flatts.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door and are available at Honda Cars of Bradenton, Joyland, Crowder’s Ace Hardware and Gifts, Joyland Feed Company and online at JoylandCountry.com.
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