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Chicago Spazmatics to Bring Entertaining 80s Show to HHS in Fundraising Concert for Fine Arts


The Huntley High School Fine Arts Boosters are pleased to announce a March 18 fundraising concert to raise money for Fine Arts programming at the high school.

On Sunday, March 18, the Chicago Spazmatics will bring non-stop energy and entertainment to the Performing Arts Center stage in their 80’s themed show. “Whereas last year’s fundraising concert took us back to the years of Frankie Valli, the Spazmatics show will take us on a more than two hour trip back in time to the era of INXS, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Devo, and much, much more,” said Fine Arts Boosters President Cheryl Meyer. “We’re hoping to fill the performing arts center so we can all party like its 1999!”

Tickets for the 3:30 show are on sale at through the “Spazmatics Concert” link. Premium seats are only $20 each and mezzanine level seats are just $15. Proceeds will be used to improve students’ access to fine arts in the areas of art, band, choir, dance, speech and theatre.

Sponsorships and ads are available, and the HHS Fine Arts Boosters are a 501c3 organization. Additional information about the Spazmatics can be found at, and additional information about the March 18 show can be found at the fine arts boosters’ web site or by calling 847-659-6659.

Huntley High School is located at 13719 Harmony Road in Huntley, and for the show guests should enter through door #24, the Events Entrance.

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