Tattoo fundraiser and concert to support local family

The stage of Hazzard County in Sylvan Lake will be home to three musical acts on Saturday, February 18


The stage of Hazzard County in Sylvan Lake will be home to three musical acts on Saturday, February 18 in support of a local family who lost their home to a devastating fire earlier this month.

Jammin’ With The Johnson’s is being organized by Lucid Tattooing + Design in Sylvan Lake and will feature a number of Albertan bands, including A Rancher’s Son, Slackjaw and The Jesse Roads Band. Music is set to kick off at Hazzard County for 9 p.m. with a tattoo fundraiser taking place at Lucid Tattooing throughout the day.

Brandon Fancie, owner of Lucid Tattooing + Design, explained from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. a team of artists will be doing $100 flash tattoos with proceeds going to support the Johnson family.

“At Lucid we love getting involved in fundraisers and helping out a good cause. Now it’s time to help one of our own,” explained Fancie. “Steve [Johnson] and his family have had a rough go recently and to top it off they had a devastating house fire. We are hoping to have some fun and at the same time raise some funds to help them out.”

Those wishing to participate in the tattoo fundraiser are asked to bring their own palm sized or smaller artwork which the artists will work with to tattoo. Following the fundraiser throughout the day, the community is invited to Hazzard County for a night of rock ‘n’ roll.

Admission to the event is by donation with a prize raffle and 50/50 draws set to take place throughout the evening in addition to drink specials. A number of local artists will also have their work on display for sale over the course of the night with proceeds to support the Johnson family.

For more information on the tattoo fundraiser or to donate an item for auction or raffle contact Brandon Fancie at 403 304 5023.


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