After nearly a year, Elton Dan and the Rocket Band are officially coming back to Atlanta Georgia to do a show at City Winery. The last time Elton Dan and the Rocket Band made their way to Atlanta was in October of 2018 for a Halloween show. (Check out the article here)

This coming up show is especially excited as Daniel de los Reyes, percussion player of the Zac Brown Band and founder of DayGlow Music, will be part of the performance. In addition, all the Merchandise sale profits for Elton Dan and the Rocket Band, as well as a silent auction, will be done for DayGlow Music. This will be an opportunity to meet and greet with Daniel de los Reyes who was with his band mates winning an award at the 2019 Country Music Awards.

Who & What is DayGLOW Music?

(taken from dayglowmusic.org)

The DayGLOW Music Center is nestled on over five acres of picturesque natural grounds. Fayetteville, GA., and serves as the home-base for, student and instructor, development and training programs. The music programs incorporate percussion instruments as the main tools in innovative youth enrichment. DayGLOW Music was founded by the percussion player of the Zac Brown Band, Daniel de los Reyes.

It is the thoughtful use of this natural setting that distinguishes DayGLOW Music from other education centers of its kind. Our Rhythm Trails are pathways to a variety of musical experiences for on-site DayGLOW Music participants. The trails lead to outdoor spaces for practice and performances; integrated with the temperate Georgia climate, which provide a natural backdrop for the majority of the year. As well, the outdoor setting presents a relaxed education environment in relationship to rhythm instruments, for a deeper understanding of the cultures from which they originate.

Part one of two in Dream Big Series. Daniel de los Reyes discusses DayGLOW. See part two here.

Grab tickets to this event at on City Winery’s website. Tickets range for $20 up to $28.

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