Grammy Nominee Draws 2,000 People to Citadel Palooza; Proceeds Donated to Charity

Five-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes headlined Citadel Palooza at Pottstown's Memorial Park.

Citadel Palooza, a family friendly concert held recently in Pottstown’s Memorial Park that was headlined by five-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes, was a huge success.

Almost 2,000 people attended the event, and Citadel donated 100 percent of the ticket sales (approximately $55,000) to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Carter Winter, one of the opening acts at Citadel Palooza, engages with the crowd during his performance.

“Citadel Palooza was a magical event that couldn’t have gone better,” said Jeff March, Citadel’s president and CEO. “The community came together for an important cause and enjoyed a beautiful, sunny day with great music.

“I keep saying everyone has a CHOP story, which is why Citadel Palooza was so meaningful. Citadel is proud of this accomplishment, and we are looking forward to next year.”

The inaugural Citadel Palooza celebrated the credit union’s 80th anniversary of providing banking and financial services to communities in the Greater Philadelphia region. Citadel now has $2.9 billion in assets and operates 22 branches throughout Chester, Lancaster, Montgomery, Delaware, Bucks, and Philadelphia counties.

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