There Goes My Hero is proud to announce the Music for Life Benefit Concert and bone marrow registration drive at Towson University on Friday, December 9, 2011 from 5PM to 9PM. This event will feature several Baltimore-known musicians, who will bring their fans in to learn about what it takes to potentially save a life.
The venue, PAWS, located in the University Union is the ideal place for students to dance the night away while listening to their favorite local bands rock out on stage. The two headliner bands are Fiction20Down and Jesters of Kindness. Opening for them is a Blues band Cool Hand and the Swagger and a solo musician, Jimmy Solesky, who puts his own style into the current Top 40.
The Music for Life Benefit Concert is being organized and promoted by Towson University senior Amanda Friedberg, who is completing a Mass Communication internship with the nonprofit. Amanda has been working alongside Terry Weigel, the Executive Director and Event Coordinator of There Goes My Hero, to build this campaign from the ground up. There Goes My Hero partnered with Towson University organizations, Phi Beta Sigma and Alpha Omicron Pi.
There Goes My Hero has been fortunate to get sponsored by several local companies including Towson University, Marshall Swagger Presents, Klassic Sound, Suitcha T-shirt Design, DKMS bone marrow donor center, and several food vendors.
The Music for Life Benefit Concert will be held at Paws in the Towson University Union from 5PM to 9PM and is open to the general public. There Goes My Hero hopes to accomplish its goal of registering 500 people on the night of the concert.
Stay tuned for the band reviews and other information about There Goes My Hero and the Music for Life Benefit Concert!