RLS Productions' Concerts on the Campus comes to WVC June 24-July 22

June 3, 2021

Media Contact:
Libby Siebens, community relations executive director, 509-682-6436
Rachel Evey, WVC Foundation executive director, 509-682-6415
Robert Sandidge, RLS Productions, LLC, 509-669-6872

A five-week long summer concert series presented by RLS Productions will be held every Thursday from June 24 to July 22 at the Wenatchee Valley College Wenatchee campus. The concert series raises scholarship funds for students in need at WVC.

The RLS Productions' Concerts on the Campus series will take place at the Mike Hollis Soccer Field. This will be the first year for this new summer series that will be held at the Wenatchee Valley College campus. Long-term plans are to continue this new series at the Mike Hollis Soccer Field in coming years, support students through annual scholarships and increase mid-week tourism in the Wenatchee area.

Stay up to date on the band lineup and other series information at rlstalent.com.

The RLS summer concerts have benefited WVC students since 2014. To date, over $67,000 has been raised and donated to the Wenatchee Valley College Foundation with a new goal of reaching $100,000 in donations. The RLS Productions’ endowment account awards annual scholarships to WVC students. Donations may be designated to RLS Productions Scholarships through the WVC Foundation at wvc.edu/Give.

The concert series is made possible thanks to event sponsors, volunteers and attendees.

The Mike Hollis Soccer Field and WVC parking can be accessed off of Fifth St. in Wenatchee. View a campus map at wvc.edu/Map.


Three goals drive RLS Productions’ Concerts on the Campus: First, increase mid-week tourism outside a 50-mile radius of Wenatchee Valley and its bedroom communities. Second, develop the series into a regional concert series held at Wenatchee Valley College, resulting in increased tourism. Third, build a $75,000 scholarship endowment for the Wenatchee Valley College Foundation through an annual contribution of 25 percent of the net ticket sales, while at the same time generating immediate annual financial assistance for students in need. Information on the 2021 RLS Productions’ Concert on the Campus summer series are available at RLStalent.com.

The WVC Foundation was incorporated in 1971. It exists to build relationships between the community and the college and raise financial support for Wenatchee Valley College students, programs, faculty and staff, as well as special projects such as building campaigns like the Music and Art Center. For information on how to make a gift to the foundation, establish a scholarship or include the WVC Foundation in your estate plans, contact (509) 682-6410. Visit the WVC Foundation website at http://www.wvc.edu/foundation.

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