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Hold on til Dawn Benefit Concert

May 14, 2022 to May 14, 2022
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM
The Queen, 500 North Market Street Wilmington, DE 19801 United States of America,, New Castle County, Delaware, United States, 19801

About This Event

All proceeds of this concert benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.The Queen in Downtown Wilmington will host performers for a live concert, raffle baskets, meet and greets, and photo ops with your favorite musicians. Our musical lineup consists of Tyler Hilton, Chelsea Sorrell, Johnny, and Wilmington native, American Idol alum, Margie Mays.\ \ From portraying Elvis Presley in Walk the Line and garnering a cult following as musician Chris Keller on the CW hit TV show One Tree Hill, to writing and touring with the likes of Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum and Joe Cocker, Tyler Hilton has enjoyed an award-winning career spanning music, film and television. Hilton has been featured everywhere from Rolling Stone and People’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” to The Tonight Show and TRL. Additionally, he co-starred in a #1 MTV music video with Taylor Swift, a longtime fan, for her song, “Teardrops Drops on My Guitar,” which was nominated for an MTV Music Video Award. \ Chelsea Sorrell was a contestant on Season 11 of American Idol, making it to the Top 12. She released her debut self-titled EP in 2019. In 2020 she was featured in Chris Lane\'s single \"Alone\". She is a hair and makeup artist that currently resides in North Carolina and is the owner of I Do Style. She performs locally in her home state. of do Style. She performs locally in her home state. \ Born from a love for film & music, JOHNNY (John Whoriskey Jr.) started out his career working in the movie business as a Location Scout & short form content creator. He worked on projects ranging from \"Ted\" to \"The Way, Way Back\" to the upcoming \"Dexter (Season 9).\" With a history in directing, editing and location management, Johnny began creating music that he felt could also into television shows & movies. Growing up, his parents owned a small-town ice cream restaurant and scooping ice cream became Johnny\'s first job. As a way to tie in the nostalgia of a childhood summer job with working in the film
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