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Hospice Charity Concert

"Love Is a Battlefield" songstress Pat Benetar headlines this year's annual Hospice Celebrity Party
“Love Is a Battlefield” songstress Pat Benatar headlines this year’s annual Hospice Celebrity Party

ONEONTA – ’80s song siren Pat Benatar, known for hits “Love Is a Battlefield” and “Invincible,” will headline the Hospice Celebrity Party on Friday, July 1 at the Sixth Ward Booster Club Field.

Singing with her husband, Neil Giraldo, the two are performing on the “We Live For Love” tour.  Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, Feb. 12.  Previous concerts include Kenny Loggins, Foreigner, Huey Lewis, Chicago and Gavin Degraw.


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