Benefit concert tonight for Texas and Boston - Tucson News Now

Benefit concert tonight for Texas and Boston

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

To show support and fund recovery and relief efforts, four Tucson bands are holding a concert for victims and survivors in Boston and Texas.

The Benefit for Boston and Texas Tragedies concert starts rocking at 7 p.m. tonight at The Hut, 305 N. 4th Ave.

Concert organizers are partnering with World Care, a non-profit organization, to give directly to those in need in Texas and Massachusetts.

Suggested donation is $10.

There will also be a raffle and silent auction.

The 4-hour concert lineup features Joe Pena of Greyhound Soul, Top Dead Center Grateful Dead, Garcia Brothers Rockin' Blues, and AmoSphere Funk.

For more information, go to the Benefit's Facebook event page.

Copyright 2013 Tucson News Now All rights reserved.

 

  • Local newsMore>>

  • HAPPENING NOW: Traffic accident closes intersection at Columbus and 5th Street

    HAPPENING NOW: Traffic accident closes intersection at Columbus and 5th Street

    Sunday, April 23 2017 9:19 PM EDT2017-04-24 01:19:07 GMT

    The Tucson Police Department said the intersection at North Columbus Boulevard and East 5th Street will be closed all four ways due to a traffic accident on Sunday evening. TPD said there is no estimated time for the intersection to reopen. 

    The Tucson Police Department said the intersection at North Columbus Boulevard and East 5th Street will be closed all four ways due to a traffic accident on Sunday evening. TPD said there is no estimated time for the intersection to reopen. 

  • Women's center's new, larger site gives hope for homeless

    Women's center's new, larger site gives hope for homeless

    Sunday, April 23 2017 7:51 PM EDT2017-04-23 23:51:14 GMT
    Source: KOLDSource: KOLD

    Old has become new near downtown Tucson, and it comes with new hope for homeless women on the corner of S. Park Avenue and 21st Street. It's a welcome home for those without one. Sister Jose's Women's Center (SJWC) welcomed visitors to a grand opening Sunday at their new facility at 1050 S. Park Avenue. 

    Old has become new near downtown Tucson, and it comes with new hope for homeless women on the corner of S. Park Avenue and 21st Street. It's a welcome home for those without one. Sister Jose's Women's Center (SJWC) welcomed visitors to a grand opening Sunday at their new facility at 1050 S. Park Avenue. 

  • breaking

    UPDATE: At least two homes evacuated due to Sawmill Fire

    Sunday, April 23 2017 6:29 PM EDT2017-04-23 22:29:26 GMT
    Source: KOLDSource: KOLD

    Multiple crews are on the scene of a wildfire burning north of Madera Canyon. 

    Multiple crews are on the scene of a wildfire burning north of Madera Canyon. 

Powered by Frankly