A concert will be held in Greenville on Thursday for chamber staff injured in a car accident

GREENVILLE, NC (WITN) – A concert will be held Thursday in Greenville for members of the chamber of commerce who were injured in a car accident in late April.

Henry Hinton, president of Inner Banks Media, said Chicago Rewired will perform at the Greenville Toyota Amphitheater on Thursday, May 12.

“These guys sound like the Chicago band,” Hinton said. IBX Media is sponsoring the concert series. “Chicago is one of the top four or five bands in American music history and these guys captured their sound with their horn section, vocals and musical talent.”

WITN is advised that doors open at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Greenville Town Common and adult food and drink trucks will line up on First Street.

The concert is free, Hinton says, but IBX Media will be collecting donations during the show for chamber members who were injured. Checks can be made payable to Greenville Chamber Team Charitable Fund.

According to IBX Media, Thursday’s concert is the second of five scheduled at the amphitheater this spring. The Embers, with Craig Woolard, will perform on May 26, On the Border (the ultimate Eagles tribute) will perform on June 9, and Trial by Fire (a Journey tribute band) will perform on June 23.

Hinton says no coolers are allowed in the park and there is no parking behind the amphitheater without a permit. Visitors are encouraged to bring beach chairs or blankets to sit on.

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