Zombie Hunter concert scheduled at Boyertown Area Senior High

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The hard rock band Zombie Hunter is holding a live concert on April 24th, 2021 at Boyertown Area Senior High School, in an attempt to boost morale during these troubling times.

The concert will take place at the high school’s baseball stadium between the hours of 6:30 PM and 7:15 PM and roughly 689 tickets will have been sold, all of which costs $7, and can’t be purchased anywhere.

As per COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions, masks will be required, every other seat row must be vacant, and all audience members will not be allowed to sit next to each other. Also, there will be medical personnel testing concertgoers for COVID-19.

Our school principal, Dr. Foley said in an interview conducted via Zoom, “I think it’s great that Leon and his band are holding this concert to boost morale. As you know, with the COVID-19 pandemic still ongoing, no one is happy with how things are currently going.”

“When Leon started talking about his upcoming concert to me, the first details he told me were what he was planning in regards to preventing COVID-19 from spreading to other people, so of course I was going to give the green light when I heard this,” Dr. Foley said.

Dr. Foley is a close personal friend of the father of lead singer and bassist Leon Snyder, who graduated from our school back in 2019.

Other members include guitarist Jill Gallagher, pianist Carla Moyer, and drummer Derek Engler, all of whom graduated the same exact year.

Together, these four young, up-and-coming titans of rock have so far released 3 EPs, titled I Call Shotgun, Epic-Demic, and Fire in the Pothole.

During their concert, they’ll be performing songs from specifically these 3 records, as well as a few new songs that they have written, but not yet published.

In an interview conducted via Zoom, Leon said that, “until COVID-19 becomes something that’s no longer a top concern, we’ve got to do everything we can to try and boost morale, and for us, that’s writing and performing music. That’s basically the exact reason we are holding this concert.”

Note: Due to today’s date being April 1, the Cub has forgone all fact checking for the day.

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