Philharmonia 2010 Concert

HELP WOMEN & CHILDREN WHILE HEARING A UNIQUE CONCERT

Phil Lesh
The Unbroken Chain Foundation will present Philharmonia 2010, an acoustic Holiday Concert with Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Jackie Greene, Grahame Lesh, Sunshine Becker and Jeff Pehrson on Sunday, December 12, 2010. This is an intimate concert in support of the Bay Area Women's & Children's Center. Please feel free to bring an unwrapped book or board game for a child between the ages of 3-12.

Doors open at 2:30 pm with a 3:00 pm showtime. San Francisco venue information will be provided with ticket purchase confirmation. Your name will be left at will call on the day of the performance. Photo I'D and confirmation letter will be required. No Name Changes, and tickets may not be transferred or sold.

Tickets are available via credit card only for $160.00 General Admission. The first send in date was December 2, 2010, with a four-ticket limit per person. Please check gdtstoo.com for the credit card form and mail in information.

Located in the heart of San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood, the Bay Area Women's & Children's Center is a unique presence. In the multi-ethnic Tenderloin, BAWCC works with more than 700 families and individuals every month at the Tenderloin Community School & Family Center and at their Center on Leavenworth Street. All of BAWCC's services and programs are provided at no cost to the participants. BAWCC is able to accomplish this work with a very small but experienced core staff, and a great many volunteers who help a many areas of BAWCC programs. BAWCC has never sought government funding, and is 100% privately funded.

[Published on: 12/3/10]

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