It has been a devastating hurricane season, so the students at School of Rock Mason are banding together to help those in need. They will perform a benefit concert on Sunday, October 29th at the 20th Century Theater in Oakley Square. All ticket proceeds will be donated to Matthew 25 Ministries to be used in that charity’s hurricane relief efforts.
“While the devastation that hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria have left in their paths has been sobering, we will fight back with a raucous evening of rock and roll put on by some of the best young musicians in the Cincinnati-area to raise money to help those in need,” says Tim Garry, the owner of School of Rock Mason. The concert will feature music from the five different shows the school put on in September: The Prince Show, Paramore vs. Evanescence, The Beatles Show, CAKE vs. Beck, and Yes vs. King Crimson. The concert will also feature the school’s House Band, a select band made up of some of its best students. Students from the school’s Adult Performance Program will also perform.
All ticket proceeds will go to Matthew 25 Ministries to be used in its hurricane relief efforts. Matthew 25 Ministries is a Cincinnati-based charity that has provided humanitarian aid and disaster relief world-wide since 1991. The charity has pledged that 100% of all financial donations designated for hurricane relief will go to hurricane relief efforts. Learn more about the charity at www.m25m.org.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 day of show. Advance tickets may be purchased on line via CincyTicket.