If you have at least $20 to spend and want to listen to some excellent music the weekend of 22 September –
Due to the recent disaster caused by Hurricane Katrina, a collection of local musicians, venue owners, booking agents and concerned citizens have banded together to produce a musical and artistic extravaganza from September 22-25 to help benefit its victims.
More information in the pdf below.
The event will culminate in an all-star, all day concert Sunday, September 25 at The Charlottesville Pavilion. Spanning four days, this unprecedented event will include almost every musical venue in Charlottesville. 100% of all proceeds and donations collected by CSFTS will go to benefitthe victims of Hurricane Katrina.All expenses and talent will be donated. Proceeds will go to Habitat for Humanity’s â€œOperation Home Deliveryâ€(www.habitat.org), the Baton Rouge Area Foundation (www.braf.org), The Salvation Army (www.salvationarmy.org), and the SPCA amongst others to be determined. For more information about the event, please visit the Charlottesville Shelter from the Storm website at www.csfts.com(under construction, but will be up soon).
Entertainment includes: Big Ray and the Kool Kats, Andy Waldeck& XPS, Nashville Recording Artist Tommy Wood, Indecision, Jimmy â€“O, Corey Harris Band, John D’earth& Dawn Thompson, Houserockers, Terri Allard, John McCutcheon, Greg Howard Trio, Red Hot Chilly Pickers, Jambalaya,
Dr. Magic Jr., Jugglers Randy & Karyl Mayo, and Timmy & Steve Ryalls. More artists will be announced shortly.