Tickets for the bands performance at the Avalon Theater in Easton, MD are now available online. We expect a strong turnout and this event is likely to be sold out, so go online and get your tickets while they are available!
Best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year. Hope to see you at one of our AC/DC Tribute Shows in 2016.
What a fabulous evening at the Pier 5 Hotel at the Baltimore Inner Harbor this week, as High Voltage provided the entertainment for the Fashion Rocks Autism fundraiser. Special shout out to all the High Voltage fans who attended the event and pulled out their checkbooks for the neat auction items! Special thanks to Lisa Wiederlight, executive director for SafeMinds, the designers and their models, Ravens Marlon Brown and Kamar Aiken, and the Pier 5 hotel staff for a fantastic evening!!!
The Knights of Columbus Hall in Bowie, MD was rocking on Saturday November 7th as Carissa Riddle hosted a surprise 50th birthday bash for her husband George, featuring a performance by High Voltage! She managed to pull off a memorable event, with George taking the stage to perform Bad Boy Boogie with the band on his brand new guitar. Everyone had a great time – special thanks to Carissa for including us in the festivities.
High Voltage will perform at the 1st annual Fashion Rocks Autism on Monday, November 16th. This cool event incorporates live music and a fashion show – what could be better?
The event is bing held at the Pier 5 Hotel, 711 Eastern Avenue in Baltimore from 6-9pm. General admission and VIP tickets are available, with proceeds from this event benefiting SafeMinds, a national nonprofit organization. Tickets available at: https://fashionrocksautism.eventbrite.com or contact executive director Lisa Wiederlight at 301.785.3100 for sponsorship and ticket information. Hope to see you there!
Your favorite AC/DC Tribute Band returns to the stage on Thursday, October 8th. Doors at 8pm, tribute show beginning 9pm. Hope to see you there!
High Voltage performed at the 13th annual Rock ‘n Roll Bash to benefit the Casey Cares Foundation on Sat. September 26th. We had the pleasure of performing with the Beehive Queen herself Christine Ohlman and Night Ranger. A fabulous evening of rock ‘n roll raising over $200,000 in support of programs for critically ill children and their families. A special High Voltage thank you to all of our corporate sponsors and fan base for turning out for this sold out show.
The band would like to thank everyone who came to Ocean City last week and helped to make it one of the best shows of the year! The venue was rocking and we sure do appreciate the fan support.