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The Elizabeth Toon Charities Concert and Shootout continues to grow tremendously every year. More than 1,700 people packed The Rustic for the sold out Elizabeth Toon Charities concert featuring Pat Green.

Highland Park High School graduates, Charlie Berry and Brett Taylor from Mockingbird Sun were the opening act of the night.

A short video illustrating the mission of ETC was also shown to the crowd and attendees had the opportunity to participate in a live auction which raised over $111,000. The top two selling auction items were Day of Shooting with Green Beret John Wayne Walding and Hunting Trip in Texas Hill Country.

The night also featured a jewelry pull from Kendra Scott. Attendees could purchase small boxes with a piece (or pieces) of the acclaimed jewelers collection as well as gift cards to local restaurants and all the proceeds were donated to Elizabeth Toon Charities.

The concert featured a highly anticipated performance by Pat Green. He played a number of his hit songs and told stories to please the crowd.

The shootout was a huge success as well with over 450 people attending and 81 teams. First place was awarded to the Landry Team and second place went to Balfour Beatty Construction. All the funds raised at the concert and shootout will benefit 13 children’s charities in North Texas.

From left: Mary Margaret Toon, Larry Toon, Patti Toon, Laura Toon, Justin Toon

From left: Mary Margaret Toon, Larry Toon, Patti Toon, Laura Toon, Justin Toon

Pat Green and Mockingbird Sun

Pat Green and Mockingbird Sun 

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