Logan residents and sisters Alexa and Natalee Falk will be headlining at the Why Sound Music Venue (30 Federal Avenue) in Logan, Utah, on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 8-11 p.m. with opening acts Horse Bones and Megan Simper.
Cost for the event is $5.
This concert marks what could be their last performance in Logan because the sisters will be traveling to Nashville, Tenn., in January to record a new album.
"It really hasn’t hit me yet that this might be the last concert," Alexa said in a press release. "But it makes me appreciate it so much more. We’ll be playing a lot of new material that our fans haven’t heard. We’re excited to share new music."
Alexa and Natalee have been selected as ambassadors by the National Eating Disorder Association and will be recording their award-winning song "Deadly Beauty" on their new album.
"We believe music has the power to change the world," Alexa said. "Even if just one of our songs can positively influence someone, then we are living our purpose."
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