|October 20, 2018|
|Academy Conference Center|
By popular demand: “Toast” (we love that name, too!) comes to Brigham City’s Academy Conference Center for a second big night on October 20. Tickets on sale now
Dinner and a show!”Toast” performs the unforgettable Bread songs you love while you enjoy an exclusive, catered dinner in Brigham City’s spacious Academy Conference Center ballroom.
“Toast” is the premiere live tribute band re-creating the hits of the popular 70s soft rock megaband Bread and its co-founder, David Gates. Their songs (“Make It With You”, “Baby I’m-a Want You”, “Sweet Surrender”, “Goodbye Girl” to name only a few) dominated radio throughout the 70s, with 13 songs placing on the “Billboard Hot 100” chart! Having played special engagements along the Wasatch Front, “Toast” frontman and Brigham City Native Jeff Clark now brings the act home to Brigham City.
At what time does the catered dinner/concert begin?
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
10 years is the minimum age, ’cause you got me “Down On My Niece”.
What is the dress code?
Come as you are. As David Gates would say, “It Don’t Matter to Me”.
Will there be dancing for those who want to?
Of course there will be, you “Fancy Dancer”! Or just tap your foot and hum your heart out!
What are my parking options at the venue?
Baby that’s why I’m “Hooked on Uber”. There is ample parking in the Academy Conference Center parking lot. Several businesses share the lot, so be sure to park in designated parking spaces only.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Bob Cosgrove for information: (801) 436-7569.
May I purchase tickets directly (not online) or over the phone?
Yes, and you’ll save a few bucks if you do! Tickets available at:
Drewes Floral & Gift
28 S. Main St
Brigham City, UT 84302
or just call them at: (435) 723-8571. They can take your payment over the phone.
What’s the refund policy?
“Baby I’m-a Want a Refund”. Please contact Bob Cosgrove for information regarding refunds: (801) 436-7569
Do I need to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It certainly wouldn’t hurt, but it’s not necessary. Upon purchase, your name—or the name of whomever you designate (“The Chosen One”)—and your reserved seat will be held in a list at the door.
Is my ticket transferrable?
Of course! You can “Let Your Love Go” to someone else.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?
The names of those who have purchased tickets will be held in a list at the door. “If” you plan to send someone other than the person who purchased the ticket(s), please contact Bob Cosgrove @ (801) 436-7569.