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The event serves as a way for people to spend money on themselves and on others at the same time. Guests were treated to both live and silent auctions, dinner and live musical performances by Trinity Bradshaw and the evening headlining act, Washboard Union.As Tammy Bradley, president of Karma Concerts explained, the event success was in large part thanks to the support they received from the community.extremely humbled and very grateful for the amazing support, Bradley said.not possible to put on an event of that calibre without the community support. The $40,000 raised by this year show was split up between a variety of charities, including $12,500 for Snack Attack Leduc Food Bank, $12,500 for the Boys Girls Club Leduc, $10,000 for MusiCounts, $2,500 to Kids Help Phone and $2,500 for Lakedell 4H Lighthorse Club.Coming into this year show, Bradley said the goal lofty as it may have seemed was to hit that $100,000 mark.we really grateful to say that we have, she said.As Bradley explained, Karma Concerts was first created as a way to put on a show for people, while also being a way to raise money for those in need.reason we created Karma was to have that platform where people can be entertained in a concert setting but knowing that they also contributing and giving back to local kids, she said.the end of the day that really what it about.all for the heart of it to see our goal come to light that the reward for us, Bradley said.This year event included a couple of new features, such as a game of bingo that revolved around a chicken and its digestive tract.