British rock themed charity event to benefit local pet rescue organizations

The event will feature a comedic performance by ‘Seinfeld’ actor John O ‘Hurley and live music.

British Rock Nites, a charity event to benefit local pet rescue organizations God’s Dogs Rescue and Animal Defense League, will take place at La Cantera Resort Ballroom (16641 La Cantera Pkwy, 78256) on Friday August 20 at 7:00 p.m.

Presented by Thomas J. Henry, this one-night-only event will feature a special comedic performance by actor, singer and TV personality John O ‘Hurley, who is best known for his role as “J. Peterman” on NBC’s hit sitcom, “Seinfeld.” O’Hurley is now the host of the “National Dog Show” televised annually on Thanksgiving Day on NBC. He also hosted the hit game show “Family Feud” for 5 years.

Live musical entertainment will be provided by ‘Sixtiesmania’, a revival British rock band from the 60s and 70s from Las Vegas playing hits from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who.


For more information and / or to purchase tickets for British Rock Nites, please visit britishrocknites.com

ABOUT JOHN O’HURLEY
John O’Hurley is an American actor, comedian, author, game show host and television personality. He is best known for his role as’ J. Peterman ‘on the NBC sitcom “Seinfeld” and was the fifth host of the popular game show “Family Feud”.

ABOUT SIXTIESMANIA
Over the years, SIXTIESMANIA has performed at casinos, clubs, festivals and fairs, theaters, corporate shows, hotels and stadiums in many countries, building up a huge legion of fans due to of its wide appeal for all ages. The show is respected by many legendary stars that they portray and have had the honor to share on the same stage (i.e.The Beach Boys, Everly Brothers, BJ Thomas, Johnny Rivers, Paul Rogers (Bad Company, Free), Hermans Hermits, Steppin Wolf, Spencer Davis and many more). SIXTIESMANIA is known to its audiences not only as a band performing music from the 60s, but as a show that recreates the sights, sounds and feelings of a decade that changed the world.


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