Free Chevel Shepherd Concert: Jan. 26, 2019

Reservations for the free tickets for Chevel’s first concert performance since winning the 15th season of the competition show, The Voice, will open at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at

From the City of Farmington:

Chevel Shepherd, country singer and latest winner of The Voice, will be giving back to her hometown with a free concert sponsored by the City of Farmington at the Farmington Civic Center on January 26, 2019. Tickets are required to attend the show, but are free to acquire. Chevel, quickly becoming known as “New Mexico’s Voice,” will take the stage at 7:00 p.m. following an opening performance by local band After Midnight starting at 6:30 p.m.
“I’m doing this concert to give back to everyone who supported me and voted me through to the end. Without that I wouldn’t be here,” states Chevel Shepherd.
To continue the spirit of giving, people who acquire free tickets are being encouraged to bring dry or canned, cat or dog food that will be donated to local animal shelters in the Farmington area, or non-perishable food items to be donated to the local Echo Food Bank.
Reservations for the free tickets for Chevel’s first concert performance since winning the 15th season of the competition show, The Voice, will open at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at Free tickets will be limited to four (4) per person. In addition to the free tickets, the Shepherd family will be donating 33 VIP seats to the Childhaven Foundation for the performance that will include a meet and greet with Chevel. The Childhaven Foundation will be giving the VIP seats to the first 33 people who make a donation of $250.00 or more to the charity organization. Donations for the VIP Tickets can be made at or at the Childhaven Foundation office at 811 W. Apache in Farmington.
About Chevel Shepherd
At just 16 years old, Chevel constantly impresses people with her powerful voice given her age and petite stature. She was raised on country music and the outdoors – often doing crafts, feeding the animals, and fixing up cars with her dad. Since Chevel was eight, she has been singing in town wherever she can, but now she’s excited about bigger musical opportunities.

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