Jars Of Clay Celebrates '1000 Wells Project' With Benefit Concert
April 22, 2011 at 6:28 AM (PT)
JARS OF CLAY will commemorate the completion of 1000 water wells by its non-profit organization BLOOD: WATER MISSION's "1000 WELLS PROJECT" with a "WELL: DONE CELEBRATION" benefit concert at the RYMAN in NASHVILLE on TUESDAY, MAY 10th at &:30p (CT). Also involved in the concert will be HANSON, ERIC WAINAINA, DEREK WEBB, SANDRA McCRACKEN and host CHARLIE PEACOCK.
JARS OF CLAY founded BLOOD: WATER MISSION in 2005. The organization was established to address the HIV/AIDS crisis in AFRICA and its link to the lack of clean water sources. In six years of existence BLOOD: WATER MISSION has provided clean-water well systems to over 600,000 people in 1,000 communities stretching over 11 different countries in the sub-Saharan regions of AFRICA. Leaders from various communities in AFRICA will also be in attendance at the benefit concert.
Tickets are priced at $30 and $50 and will benefit the continued work of BLOOD: WATER MISSION. Tickets are currently on sale through TICKETMASTER and RYMAN box office. A limited number of premium ticket packages with premier seating, a pre-event reception and artist meet-and-greet can be purchased for $250 by contacting the NASHVILLE headquarters of BLOOD: WATER MISSION at email@example.com.