Fans support tornado victims through music
OKLAHOMA CITY – Thousands stood in line in the rain to see the Healing in the Heartland benefit concert.
Oklahoma musicians gathered to perform to raise money for the victims and survivors of the tornadoes that hit our state.
Tickets sold out in less than five minutes and crowds stood in the rain to see the show.
“That just shows how much people truly care, and it really puts everything into prosective that people really care,” Wendy Shaub said. “We love Oklahoma and it is apparent everyone else does as well.”
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