Celebrate Ten Years of Concerts With a Cause with The State Theatre
The State Theatre announces, “We’re All in This Together: 10 Years of Concerts with a Cause,” a virtual benefit concert featuring local bands
Livestreaming on Saturday, February 27, at 7:30 p.m.
Join The State Theatre, your favorite local bands, and emcee extraordinaire Jeff Brown for “We’re All in This Together: Ten Years of Concerts with a Cause” on Saturday, February 27 at 7:30 p.m. streamed live via YouTube and Facebook.
The event celebrates The State Theatre’s now decade-long tradition of hosting benefit shows for partner nonprofits. Bands like Pure Can Sugar and Ted McCloskey & the HiFis will be performing their favorite songs from 10 years of benefit shows. Attendees can expect to hear Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, the Rolling Stones, and more in what’s sure to be a fun-filled evening.
The State Theatre takes pride in supporting both local musicians and other community nonprofits. Benefit shows like “We’re All in This Together” allow us to combine these two missions and help meet our fundraising goals while lifting up community partners.
This year, in lieu of a set ticket price, the theatre asks patrons to donate what they can online. All proceeds will benefit The State Theatre. Donations can be made at any time at bit.ly/TST_PA or via PayPal at paypal.me/TSTPA, or Venmo @TSTPA.
“We’re All in This Together” is sponsored by The State Theatre Board of Directors, Nittany Valley Chiropractic, Woods Levin Wealth Management Group, KCF Technologies, OJ Johnston & Monica Wright, and The Steven Bodner Group of Re/Max Centre Realty.
• Pure Cane Sugar
• Eric Ian Farmer
• Tommy Wareham
• Ted McCloskey & the HiFis
• Hannah Bingman
• Andy Tollins & Richard Sleigh
• Kevin Briggs & Jeremy Frank
• mISS mELANIE
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