Freaks Action Network Announces 2019 Holiday Jam Silent Auction & Raffle

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The Freaks Action Network (FAN) launched the 2019 Holiday Jam Silent Auction & Raffle. Proceeds will benefit Break the Hold, an “organization committed to ‘breaking the hold’ on mental illness and providing education about suicide prevention.” Items up grabs include Phish, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead and moe. tickets, VIP experiences and more.

FAN was started by the NYC Freaks community, a group of like-minded live music fans in the New York City area, to give back to the community that provided it with so much joy. This year’s Freaks Action Network Holiday Jam will be held at Littlefield in Brooklyn on December 20 featuring Kaleta & Super Yamba Band and Chris Lightcap’s Superette.

Round-trip airfare for two for a trip to Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California hosted by Jason Crosby followed by a Jason Crosby & Friends concert, two tickets to Phish’s shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 29 – 31, tickets to JRAD’s February 21 and 22 concerts at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, an intimate evening/house concert with JRAD/Ween bassist Dave Dreiwitz, a seafood tower eating experience with Karina Rykman, a meet and greet with Marco Benevento and VIP tickets for The Disco Biscuits‘ New Year’s Run are among the items available via the silent auction. There are also sports experiences and memorabilia up for bid. Head here to buy a raffle ticket or for a full list of items.

Raffle tickets run one for $10 or five for $40. Prizes include a Freaks Ball XX experience, tickets to see Phish at MSG on December 28, tickets for JRAD’s show at The Capitol Theatre on February 23, tickets to any 2020 moe. headlining show, a VIP experience for four at Brooklyn Bowl locations in New York City and Las Vegas, many other ticket packages, poster packages, t-shirts, books, Knicks tickets and more. Head here for a full list of items or to place a bid.

Last year’s event, auction and raffle raised over $10,000 for cancer research. Both the auction and raffle are open to all. Participants do not need to attend the concert to win.