Thursday, July 14, 2011

Benefit show planned for Sept. 17

Posted By on Thu, Jul 14, 2011 at 8:52 AM

“Live Out Loud”: A Benefit Concert to Raise Money and Awareness for Samaritan’s Feet and The Free Store has been announced for Sept. 17 at the N.C. Music Factory.

The show will have bands playing on two stages — one inside and one outside — all day. Bands will be encouraged to perform barefoot in support of the efforts of Samaritan’s Feet.

The headliner is Paper Tongues with other performers including Campbell the Band, Holy Ghost Tent Revival, Sequoyah Prep School, The Hot Gates, The Jupiter Tide, My Epic, Transmission Fields, The Local Traumatic and Pinata Protest.

More information, including ticket sales ($20) can be found on the Live Out Loud Facebook page here.

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