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Concert to Raise Fundswareness for Wounded Warriors

By Skyler Schrader

Curtis Grimes, Tyler and the Tribe, and The Rusty Brothers will perform at Levitt Pavilion from 7-11 p.m. on April 23 for PIKE Wagon Wheel, a country benefit concert.

Hosted by UTA’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, PIKE Wagon Wheel will help raise both money and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project.

According to the Wounded Warrior Project website, the organization’s mission is to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service member’s in our nation’s history. The Wounded Warrior Project serves injured service members through combat stress recovery, family support, and other programs.

Chris Ehigou, president of UTA’s Pi Kappa Alpha chapter, said he and his brothers would love to see a huge turn out from Arlington residents. The fraternity is trying to make Wagon Wheel a huge event that people look forward to each year.

“I am really looking forward to seeing the crowd we get at this year’s Wagon Wheel,” said Ehigou.  “The chapter’s main goal is to make it fun for everyone. “

PIKE Wagon Wheel is a great way to get involved with the Arlington community and the Wounded Warrior Project while having a good time listening to great music.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online here or at the door.