WATERTOWN, N.Y. -- On the heels of performances by comedian Bill Cosby and country music megastar Blake Shelton, the Disabled Person's Action Organization in Watertown has one more major show lined up.
Journey is playing the Watertown Fairgrounds Tuesday night. Loverboy will be the opening act.
The DPAO says it's expecting 6,000 people at the show, but there's still several hundred tickets available.
Proceeds from the show, part of the Toyota - Car Freshner Summer Concert Series, go back into DPAO programs and helping families cope with the stress that comes with caring for disabled loved ones.
"DPAO serves over 500 families with developmental disabilities. Without the support of people buying tickets and our sponsors and so on, this wouldn't be happening. We're so pleased that we can do that so get out there and buy tickets," said Tim Dermady, DPAO Corporate Development.
To order tickets to the Journey and Loverboy show, you can contact the DPAO at (315) 782-0044 or go to its website, DPAO.org. Tickets can also be purchased at various North Country Kinney Drug stores.