Greensky Bluegrass Announces Soundcheck Set To Benefit Marshall Fire Victims
The soundcheck set will take place ahead of GSBG's January 8 concert at Denver's Mission Ballroom.
Greensky Bluegrass and Denver’s Misson Ballroom announced a soundcheck set to benefit victims of the recent and devastating Marshall Fire in Colorado. The soundcheck set will take place ahead of the band’s second of two concerts at Mission Ballroom on January 8 from 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. MT.
Ticket holders can come to the Mission at 6 p.m. on Saturday, January 8 and gain entrance to the soundcheck set by making a minimum donation of $25 to Colorado’s Conscious Alliance at the door. Greensky and Mission Ballroom also have an auction in the works to help those affected by the Marshall Fire which they detailed in a note announcing the soundcheck set. Read it below:
Greensky Bluegrass and Mission Ballroom are heartbroken by the recent fires that have gutted communities in the Front Range of Colorado. We’re teaming up to play a special ‘soundcheck set’ on Saturday, 1/8. For a minimum donation of $25 at the door to Conscious Alliance, ticket holders can gain early entry to the venue at 6pm and enjoy a 30 min Greensky set from 6:30-7pm. Additionally, we’re coordinating an auction to benefit those directly affected featuring some truly unique Greensky items, a year long pass to Mission Ballroom and more. We hope you can join us for this special moment and provide much needed support our neighbors who are facing incredible challenges this season.
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