American singer-songwriter Josh Kelley will be the main attraction at a fundraiser in Park City, Utah on Friday, August 31st.

Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit orphans in South Africa through Acres of Love, a non-profit organization that provides long-term care for abandoned children, most are infected with HIV. The outdoor concert will be at a spacious private estate in Park City.

“I’m thrilled to be involved with this cause, and to reconnect with so many of my favorite people in Park City,” said Kelley. “I know many of the locals who are supporting Acres of Love, and I’m happy to be able to contribute through my music,” he added.

Acres of Love is an established Republic of South Africa (RSA) non-profit organization with an excellent track record of providing the very highest quality of community-based and culturally appropriate and competent comprehensive care for abandoned and HIV/AIDS infants and children. Acres of Love has a United States fundraising arm – Acres of Love, Inc., which is a California non-profit benefit corporation. Acres of Love owns and operates RSA Department of Social Services and Population Development licensed children’s homes for orphans and abandoned infants and children living with or affected by HIV/AIDS in and around the severely affected city of Johannesburg, South Africa.

WHEN: Friday, August 31st form 7-10pm

WHERE: 2245 Monitor Drive, Park City, Utah – on the Grounds of the Historic Kearns Mansion

TICKETS: General Admission: $75 bring your picnic and beverages
VIP Tickets: $150 includes cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, VIP seating, reception on the veranda plus a meet and greet with Josh Kelley and Bryon Friedman.
Tickets may be purchased online here.

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