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Country singer Craig Morrison will perform at Wild Waves

Craig Morrison will perform a country-rock concert from 4 to 6 p.m. Aug. 31 at Wild Waves Theme Park in Federal Way. Morrison was awarded the ASW Songwriter of 2012 in Australia. Order tickets for only $22 online at www.fusionfederalway.org until midnight Aug. 29. - Courtesy photo
Craig Morrison will perform a country-rock concert from 4 to 6 p.m. Aug. 31 at Wild Waves Theme Park in Federal Way. Morrison was awarded the ASW Songwriter of 2012 in Australia. Order tickets for only $22 online at www.fusionfederalway.org until midnight Aug. 29.
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From staff reports:

Rising country-rock star Craig Morrison from Nashville, Tenn., will perform a concert from 4 to 6 p.m. Aug. 31 at Wild Waves Theme Park in Federal Way.

The concert is presented by local charity FUSION (Friends United to Shelter the Indigent, Oppressed and Needy). Celebrating its 20th anniversary, FUSION provides 17 furnished transitional housing units for homeless families in the area in an effort to help them become self-sufficient.

The concert is intended as a "thank you" to FUSION's volunteers and supporters. A portion of the proceeds benefit FUSION.

In his homeland of Sydney, Australia, Morrison is a country music performing sensation. His list of awards include a Australian Vocal Artist of the Year 2012 Central Coast and ASA National Country Songwriter of the Year 2011.

Tickets

Order tickets for only $22 online at www.fusionfederalway.org until midnight Aug. 29. The ticket allows a day pass at Wild Waves Theme Park, located at I-5 and Enchanted Parkway South. Wild Waves season pass holders may attend the concert for free. Be sure to bring lawn chairs, blankets or cushions. This concert is sponsored by Wild Waves Theme Park and The Schiewetz Johnson Group.

 

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