Annual Veterans for Peace John Lennon Birthday Concert

. October 1, 2016.

Like many beloved traditions in our socially conscious city, the annual Veterans for Peace John Lennon Birthday Concert is a good cause– all proceeds from the concert go towards the Veterans for Peace scholarship fund, which assists Michigan college students studying conflict resolution or peace studies. The show itself is packed with talented Michigan musicians, all performing Lennon’s songs or other peace-related music. Visit The Ark’s website for a full lineup.

Thursday | October 6 | 7:30pm | $15
The Ark | 
316 S. Main St.
734-761-1818 | theark.org

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