Cory Lee & the Freeman Brothers - Performing Saturday at the Expo
Cory Lee was born into a talented musical family where his love for music came from his Mother. At age 12, he received his first guitar and began teaching himself to play while writing music. Cory went on to played with bands while attending Broken Arrow High School.
Continuing to follow his passion and develop his talents, took him to Nashville and Branson. Performing at the side of leading performers while sitting in with the Horse Creek Band at Silver Dollar City, where his grandfather Buffalo Bud was a premier vocalist and resident comedian. He played numerous other venues around Branson and often shared the stage with Di Scherling.
Cole served in the U.S. Navy for 10 years active duty on submarines, but not without his guitar. The Navy landed him on the west coast where he called Washington state his home. He continued to serve in the Navy Reserves and his community as a firefighter.He earned his bachelor’s degree in Music Production and interned at the legendary Robert Lang Studios in Seattle.
In 2019, Cory was nominated for Acoustic Solo Artist of the Year at the 2019 Tulsa Music Awards. Currently, he performs at least five to six shows a week, throughout Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri and hopes to release his first album this summer.
Saturday Nov 7 at 2pm on the Entertainment Stage
TESSA is located in Colorado Springs, CO and has been in the community for 43 years serving all victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and more recently human trafficking. We provide advocacy through our 24/7 safeline, case management and safety planning, our rural programs serving Teller County and Calhan, hospital advocacy, court advocacy. We also have the only 32- bed shelter in El Paso County for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking while serving El Paso and Teller County. We offer group and individual counseling, legal assistance, with our Project Lift program offering an attorney free of charge* (case by case acceptance) to help those in need with Permanent Protection Orders. Through our Housing First- helping those transition from our Safehouse to living on their own. Youth & Children’s which offers education and outreach to schools and kiddos to teach them about health relationships and consent. We serve around 15,000 victims each year through our many services.
Tickets available at our Box Office on Expo Days!
$7 General Admission
Kids 12 & under are free, Free Parking!
Norris-Penrose Event Center
Colorado Springs, CO
DAY and TIME
November 7-8, 2020
Saturday 10am to 5pm
Sunday 11am to 4pm