The Ardmore Music Hall near Philadelphia will host a two-night event dubbed “Unlimited Devotion: A Weekend Of Goodness” to raise funds for the Rex Foundation and Camp Winnarainbow on June 9 and 10. Counter-culture icon Wavy Gravy will be the guest of honor and the shows will each feature performances from all-star groups put together for the occasion.
On Friday, June 9 The Wavy All-Stars will perform with a lineup consisting of Steve Kimock, John Kadlecik, Reed Mathis, Aron Magner, Jay Lane, Kenny Brooks and Leslie Mendelson. KIMOCK will also play a set as will Kadlecik. The evening will end with a late night set from Reed Mathis & Electric Beethoven.
On Saturday, June 10 The Gravy All-Stars will perform with a lineup consisting of George Porter Jr., Michael Travis, Tom Hamilton, Vinnie Amico, Magner and Kadlecik. More acts set to play on the 10th will be revealed and the night will end with a late night set from Splintered Sunlight. A Saturday afternoon event at Ardmore Music Hall will include a poster art exhibit from Scott Shapiro’s Grateful Dead collection and a full screening of the Grateful Dead documentary Long Strange Trip.
Tickets go on sale this Friday at 12 p.m. ET via the venue’s website.
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