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Benefit Concert for the Viaduct Rail Park

Kevin and Michael are excited about playing a special benefit concert at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer to raise funds for the upcoming Phase I of the Viaduct Rail Park. The vision is for a continuous three-mile linear park and recreation path in Philadelphia, connecting many neighborhoods and cultural institutions to Fairmount Park along the historic elevated Reading Viaduct and City Branch rail cut of the former Philadelphia and Reading Railroad. Visit Friends of the Rail Park for more information on this important community project.

General Admission tickets are $35 and VIP tickets are $125. VIP Tickets includes entrance to VIP Cocktail Party from 6-8 p.m. with open bar, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, VIP parking, and exclusive mezzanine viewing section. Tickets

Three levels of sponsorship opportunities are also available and include a private meet & greet with Kevin and Michael, along with other benefits. See attached sponsorship packet for details.

PRESENTING RAIL PARK SPONSOR $25,000

VIP CONSTRUCTION SPONSOR $10,000

PHASE ONE SPONSOR $5,000

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Kevin Bacon, Michael Bacon: Brothers celebrate Towne Crier Cafe history

Ask actor and musician Kevin Bacon about the first show that he and his brother played as the Bacon Brothers and you will gain plenty of insight into a Dutchess County venue that has generated a great deal of Hudson Valley history.

The Bacon Brothers played their first show in 1995 at the old Towne Crier Cafe on Route 22 in Pawling. 

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There’s a certain romance associated with brother bands. It must be something about the strength — or the volatility — of the bond between siblings. From the Everly Brothers to Oasis, from the Beach Boys to the Kinks (who were banned from ...

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