BreakFAST 2016: A Volunteer-Organized Concert Project

. February 1, 2016.
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Brought to the public through a partnership between The Ark and Acoustic Routes, BreakFAST 2016 is a volunteer-organized concert project to support the Breakfast at St. Andrew’s (on Division at Catherine)  meal program, which has served a free meal to anyone in need, every single day without fail, since 1982. All proceeds from this concert, which features music from around Michigan and the world, go directly to help fund the program. This year will feature a collaboration between Nathan Bell and Rachel Brown & The Beatnik Playboys; Dave Van Ronk; Michigan-based Rollie Tussing & The Midwest Territory Band; and Samantha Dunlap. To find out more about the meal program, visit breakfastatstandrews.org.

7pm/door, 7:30pm/show
Saturday, February 13
$30
The Ark, 316 S. Main St.
734-761-1451 | theark.org

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