Gloucester’s own rock group The Ballast Band will release its second album, “Seventh City,” at “Banger in the Hangar II,” at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Channelside in Mathews. Channelside, 305 Marina Road, is the riverfront property of Drs. Barbara Allison-Bryan and Hugh Bryan.
Proceeds from Saturday’s event will benefit the Gloucester United Emergency Shelter Team (GUEST) program.
Tickets are $10 in advance or at the door. Children under 14 are free. Food, soft drinks, beer, wine, and the new album will be available for purchase.
Advance tickets are available at Kelsick Market and Mobjack Medical Group on Main Street in Gloucester, and GibsonSingleton Injury Attorneys in Hayes, or online at facebook.com/theballastband and Eventbrite.com.
The Ballast Band
With its strong harmonies, upbeat instrumentals and universally themed lyrics, The Ballast Band has been making audiences feel good throughout Eastern Virginia for the past seven years, ...
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