Tickets are still available for McClain Christian Academy’s annual Music at the Mill set for Saturday.
This will be the fifth year for the event, which features up-close and personal performances from well-known recording artists.
“It started as a songwriter’s night as a fundraiser school, and it’s just grown into what it is today,” said Sandra Poston, one of six committee members organizing the event.
Saturday’s event will feature artists such as Collin Raye, known for such songs as “Love, Me,” “One Boy, One Girl” and “Little Rock”; Bryan White, known for such songs as “Someone Else’s Star,” and “So Much for Pretending” and “Sittin’ on Go.”
Also included in Saturday’s lineup are Shenandoah lead vocalist Marty Raybon, Sal Gonzalez, guitarist and vocalist Phil Keaggy and Great American Country stars and entertainment family, The Willis Clan.
The event will also include a live auction featuring a handpainted guitar signed by country-music legend, George Jones.
Proceeds from event will go to the school’s operation.
“This is our big fundraiser that we do every year,” said Poston.
McClain Christian Academy is a small, nonprofit school that provides many of the opportunities of much larger schools.
With small class sizes, McClain builds a strong educational foundation that puts Christ and family at the forefront. McClain offers many extracurricular activities at the elementary, middle and high school levels. Athletics such as basketball, volleyball, cheerleading, tennis and bowling, as well as drama, music and art complete the school experience.
“All our families, staff and students have a close bond,” said Charles Poston, chairman of the board of directors. “This bond strengthens throughout the year due to our 98-percent student body participation in athletics and fine arts programs. McClain builds their students into confident, well-rounded individuals.”
There are four seating options, including general admission for $50 in section C, reserved table seating for $75 in section B, VIP reserved table seating with dinner for $125 and platinum reserved front venue table seating $150, which includes dinner and a meet-and-greet with the artists.
Doors will open at 6 p.m., and the concert will begin at 7 p.m.
The meet-and-greet for platinum-ticket holders will begin at 6:10 p.m.
The Mill is located at 300 N. Maple St. in Lebanon.
For ticket availability, call 615-486-1058.