The  acapella vocal group Mo5aic is coming to Grand Junction for a benefit concert for the Western Slope Center For Children.

Singer Tony Bennett has called Mo5aic "the best vocal group I've ever heard." Last year, they did a six-month residency in Las Vegas selling tickets at $100 a pop. Now, they keep busy during the year performing on cruise ships, but will be making a stop in Grand Junction in between cruises.

The group uses no instruments in their performance, but when you listen to them, you could swear there were instruments somewhere. Just check out their performance of "Bohemian Rhapsody" below.

Their April 23 concert at the Avalon Theatre in Grand Junction will be part of the second annual Empowering Your Children Spring Fundraiser for the Western Slope Center for Children. The center provides support for children who have been victims of sexual and physical abuse. According to their website, about 300 children in Mesa County are subject to sexual and physical abuse each year.

The event begins with an 11:00 matinee showing of "101 Dalmations", performed by the Youth Theatre Project at Creative Avenues. The doors will open at 10:30AM.

The concert with Mo5aic will be at 7:00PM and the doors will open at 5:30. Tickets for the event can be purchased at MonumentalEvents.com.