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Benefit Concert At OKC Hudson Performance Hall Features Vince Gill

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OKLAHOMA CITY -

A benefit concert will be held Sunday afternoon to celebrate the grand opening of the new Hudson Performance Hall at Northwest Classen High School in Oklahoma City.

Several musicians, including Vince Gill, the Mojo Men with Rick White, and Bill Maxwell are taking the stage for the first time at 2 p.m. Sunday, at the new Hudson Performance Hall, located on the campus of Northwest Classen High School, 2801 N.W. 27th Street.

Vince Gill and Bill Maxwell both graduated from Northwest Classen High School.

The Hudson Performance Hall, which will seat more than 1,400 people, will generate revenue for Northwest Classen High School's programs, according to school officials. Officials say the performance hall was made possible by friends of Northwest Classen.

Learn more about high school foundation, Friends of NW Classen

You can purchase tickets to the concert at the Hudson Performance Hall. Ticket window will be open at 1 p.m. Sunday.

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