Chris Daughtry is coming "Home" for a free concert.
Personally, I love Chris and think it will be a GREAT show. His Debut CD is fantastic. You can chek out the "Plugged In" review of his CD by following this link: http://www.pluggedinonline.com/music/music/a0003069.cfm
Now, A small disclaimer...this is NOT a WBFJ sponsored concert, alcohol will be sold at this event and you will have to decide if this concert is right for you/your family.
That said, this is the description of the event from greensboronc.com...
Friday's Daughtry Concert to Highlight Tournament Block Party
GREENSBORO - On Friday, March 23rd, the Tournament Host Committee of Greensboro will host the “Tournament Town Goes Downtown Block Party” featuring a concert performance by the band Daughtry.
The “Tournament Town Goes Downtown Block Party” is being held in conjunction with the City of Greensboro’s hosting of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Regional (March 24 & 26) at Greensboro Coliseum.
Gates will open at 7:00 p.m. and the concert will be held in the Hamburger Square area (McGee & Davie) along Elm Street in downtown Greensboro across from Natty Greene’s. Admission is free to the general public and food and beverage stands open for concession purchases.
The concert will begin at 8:00 p.m. with a performance from the band Athenaeum, to be followed by the band Daughtry. Capacity crowds are expected and patrons are strongly encouraged to carpool and arrive early. Area college students are encouraged to use the HEAT (Higher Education Area Transit) bus service that provides fare free service to qualified students. For more information on HEAT’s bus routes and schedule go to www.rideheat.com
To help ensure the safety and enjoyment of all patrons the following items are prohibited: lawn chairs, outside food and beverage, alcohol/illegal drugs, fireworks or explosives of any kind, professional still cameras, audio or video recording equipment, artificial noise makers, bags or backpacks (larger than 10”x 8”x 8”), cans, glass or metal containers, coolers (unless containing medical supplies), diaper bags (unless accompanied by a baby), knives or weapons of any kind or size, laser pointers, signs, banners, flags or any other items that would either obstruct the view of other patrons or serve as a dangerous projectile or security risk and any other item deemed to be prohibited by event organizers. Please note that blankets and small, disposable (non-professional) cameras are permitted.
City of Greensboro, Greensboro Police Department, Greensboro Department of Transportation and state transportation officials are working together in planning traffic management for this event. Highway electronic message centers will be in effect and trail blazing signs will help direct patrons to available parking garages upon their arrival in downtown Greensboro. Patrons are encouraged to utilize public parking decks at Church Street, Greene Street, Bellemeade Street and Davie Street. Please note that Elm Street will close to vehicle traffic at 5:00 p.m. On street parking as well as select private parking lots will be available to accommodate overflow parking. Event organizers ask that patrons plan on carpooling, drink responsibly during the block party and be patient upon departing after the event.
For a downtown Greensboro parking map, Tournament Town Goes Downtown Block Party event map and NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional ticket information please go to www.greensborocoliseum.com
Contact: Andrew Brown (336) 373-7456
Public Relations Manager, Greensboro Coliseum Complex