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YWCA Fundraiser: 12/OC at Lost Valley

November 15 @ 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

12oc band live at Lost Valley

Join us on 11/15/2023 for Maine’s favorite band, 12 O/C, as we enjoy great music, food, drinks, friends and raise money for YWCA Central Maine. Tickets required.  Limited VIP Tix also available which feature special access to the band, a VIP high top and a special snack table


Join us on 11/15/2023 for Maine’s favorite band, 12 O/C, as we enjoy great music, food, drinks, friends and raise money for YWCA Central Maine.

Tickets are $25 Adult / $15 Kids Pre-Sale

Families: One Adult and One Child 5-15 $35

Children Under 5 Free w/paid adult


12 O/C the Full Experience: Get the upfront experience. A table for 2 in front of the stage. Comes with pre-concert appetizers and 2 drink tickets. Meet the band and take pictures. Receive a signed item from the band, a special merch gift bag from 12 O/C , and YWCA Central Maine and watch the sound check! A one-of-a-kind experience. Arrive 5pm $150

Sound Check and Meet the Band: Arrive early to watch the sound check, meet the band, get pictures with them. Includes your ticket . Arrive 5:30 pm $45


12/OC was born in the family kitchen in Portland, ME when the brothers were under 10 years old. Music was always a part of their household and playing guitar, a daily way of life. Once the family realized the youngest could sing, a star was born as he became the lead singer of the group at the age of 12. The band started to find its groove and open mic nights became the foundation of their beginning. As their popularity has grown so has their versatility; their mix of music has helped increase their fan base across New England, making them one of the fastest growing bands around. Having the most requested song on Maine’s #1 Country Music station for 16 straight weeks, as well as adding a 2022 New England Music Award for Rising Stars to their credit, 12/OC isn’t slowing down anytime soon.


Founded in 1878, YWCA Central Maine began as a service provider for women immigrating to Lewiston to work in the mills. The organization was originally known as the Women’s Benevolent Association and offered housing, language classes, job training, and recreation that allowed working women to thrive in their new country. In its early years, it was housed in buildings located at the corner of Bates and Pine Streets in Lewiston and on Main Street in Auburn. It served as a place for women to receive support services, particularly during the war years. The YWCA’s history inspires us to provide programming that builds community through strengthening inter-cultural relationships and valuing the needs and contributions of all of our members. Our programming is guided by a belief in appreciation of diversity and equitable opportunity for all people in our community. All YWCA services work toward the realization of gender and racial equity through providing accessible and culturally appropriate resources for health and wellness, recreation, childcare, and advocacy. The advancement of women, people of color, and economic justice in Lewiston-Auburn is integral in all that we do. From affordable childcare that supports families and women in the workplace to free-of-charge therapeutic swim programs to anti-racist education and action, the YWCA strives to bring this mission to fruition in big and small ways every day.


Lost Valley
200 Lost Valley Rd
Auburn, ME 04210 United States
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