November 16, 2016 · 8:00pm

8 pm
Donations Accepted
All Ages (Adult must be present)


Santa’s Spokes Charity Concert


Santa’s Spokes and Tellus360 is hosting a charity concert on Wednesday November 16th with Andy Mowatt (The Steely Jam), Limbo Jimbo, and Corty Byron! ALL proceeds will benefit The Common Wheel’s Holiday Bike Drive this December!


Santa’s Spokes has teamed up with The Common Wheel for another Holiday Bike Drive benefiting children in Lancaster City!

The Common Wheel is a community bike center who’s mission is to improve the lives through the power of bikes. This will be the third year that the bike savvy volunteers and employees will be donating their time and unique skill set to refurbish children’s bikes to give away at this unique Holiday Bike Drive.

Last year The Common Wheel’s Holiday Bike Drive reached over 70 Lancaster City kids, we actually ran out of bikes! This year we hope to go above and beyond! That takes time and money, however, which is where Santa’s Spokes comes in to play! Help us reach our goal of raising $5000 by December 17 2016! Could you think of a more deserving cause?


Andy Mowatt (The Steely Jam)




Limbo Jimbo

Limbo Jimbo

Limbo Jimbo are a band who love to share their music with live audiences and make people feel good. Their sound is steeped in the Blues, Jam, Americana and Soul traditions. The lineup consists of Tuck Ryan (Vocals, Piano, Guitar), Matt Hostetter (Guitar, Vocals), Nick Adams (Drums, Vocals), and Tim White (Bass, Vocals).

Corty Byron


Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter, Corty Byron has been active as a musician for over a decade. His style is pure swampy vintage rock n roll and soulful acoustic based Americana.

He released two solo projects (“Histrionic EP“ & “Endless North“), opened for / performed with artists like Gregg Allman, The Doobie Brothers, Dave Mason, Bruce Hornsby, The Gin Blossoms, Blackberry Smoke, Hot Tuna, Jimmy Vivino…. and has become a fixture of his hometown Central Pennsylvania music scene, as well as being a seasoned road hound.

From 2011-2013, Corty lived in Venice, CA, performing up and down the west coast and across the state, including venues such as The Viper Room & House Of Blues.

Since his return to PA, he began work on an upcoming album, toured Ireland twice, opened for VT Senator Bernie Sanders at Millersville University, spearheaded the 2016 ‘Concert For Refugees at Tellus360’ and became the first band to perform for inmates at Lancaster County Prison, returning for 3 performances and counting.

Summarize Corty Byron? …”You can’t fake authenticity.”