Vincentia High is set to record a major entertainment coup.
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Aloe Blacc, the internationally renowned singer/songwriter, will make a guest appearance at the school next year on February 26.
Blacc is an American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, businessman and philanthropist.
He is best known for his singles ‘I Need a Dollar’, ‘The Man’, which topped the charts in the United Kingdom, and for writing and performing vocals on Avicii's ‘Wake Me Up’, which topped the charts in 22 countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom.
His following is huge and the chance to see an artist like this in the Shoalhaven is rare.
This guest appearance could be a once in a lifetime opportunity.
This is a one-night appearance only and will include a Q&A session.
Limited VIP meet and greet tickets are available.
Tickets range in prices from $47 to $94 and food and drink will be available.
Go to https://aloe-blacc.eventbrite.com.au to get your tickets.
Blacc loves to support good causes and has a connection with Vincentia High.
His nephew Justin Valdes goes to Vincentia High and the student is part of a school group preparing to go over to Cambodia on a humanitarian trip next year.
They will be working on a yet to be decided project in a Cambodian village.
The students, when they go overseas, may build homes, a well or something else that is going to help the people.
The students have to do some fundraising before they go overseas.
When Blacc heard what his nephew was doing he wanted to support the project and offered to appear at the school.
Blacc is donating his services for free and the performance promises to be sensational.
Aside from his solo career, Blacc is also a member of musical duo Emanon, alongside American record producer Exile.
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