ReTune Nashville Announces Benefit Concert & Art Auction
July 30, 2010 at 10:25 AM (PT)
TENNESSEE non-profit RETUNE NASHVILLE will hold a benefit concert and art auction on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23rd at the gear storage facility and rehearsal space SOUNDCHECK in MUSIC CITY.
The music and live art auction will feature a gallery of artwork created from instruments that were damaged in the MAY floods in MUSIC CITY, as well as a concert from RICH ECKHARDT, CHUCK GOFF, BRADY SEALS, MICHAEL SPRIGGS, CHRIS LEUZINGER and BRENT MASON, among others.
RETUNE NASHVILLE is also seeking sponsorships from local businesses to offset costs of the event and support of local media. To date, RETUNE NASHVILLE has collected more than 60 damaged instruments from the floods, with more than 50 visual artists committed to bring them to life through artwork.
Tickets for the event are $35 in advance and $45 at the door. Ticket info and performers will be available on www.retunenashville.org in the coming weeks. All proceeds from the tickets and artwork sales will benefit uninsured musicians through MUSICARES NASHVILLE FLOOD RELIEF and the NASHVILLE MUSICIANS ASSOCIATION FLOOD RELIEF FUND.
For more info, contact RETUNE NASHVILLE at (615) 385-5947.