UPDATE: The Rocky Mount Lions Club has cancelled the Dailey and Vincent concert that was set for March 14 due to the Coronavirus.

Announcements regarding refunds or a rescheduling date will follow the days ahead.

Organizers told Cable 12 Wednesday they had hoped to continue with the show in spite of health concerns, but as of today, Franklin County Public Schools has temporarily cancelled any events on school grounds with large gatherings .

Stay with Cable 12 for more information.-

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UPDATE 3/11/2020 – The Rocky Mount Lions Club has confirmed that the Dailey and Vincent Show this Saturday will go on as planned and there are still tickets available at this time.

Member Roger Seale indicated that the club had received numerous calls regarding the potential cancelling of the event due to flu and Coronavirus concerns.


Rocky Mount – The country, bluegrass, gospel duo of Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent make their return to Franklin County High School on Saturday, March 14th, for their annual concert to benefit the Rocky Mount Lions Club.

Tickets to the 7:30 pm show are just $25 in advance and $30 at the door, if there are tickets remaining. This concert has sold out numerous times in past years and concert goers are urged to purchase their tickets in advance by calling 540-483-0904 or 540-483-5360.

Doors will open at 6:30 pm the night of the concert for individuals to get the “best seats” in the house.

The duo has won numerous awards including a 2013 Grammy Award for “Best Bluegrass Album” for “The Gospel Side of Dailey & Vincent”, 2011 Dove Award for “Bluegrass Album of the Year”, 2010 IBMA Vocal Group of the Year and many more prestigious awards.

The Rocky Mount Lions Club will celebrate it’s 96th anniversary this year, the second longest in the state of Virginia. The mission of Lions Club International according to their website is “To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.”

Concert-goers are also encourage to bring and donate used eye glasses at the concert to help the club promote their desire to “give, so that others may see.”

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