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Second Annual Jammin’ for Refugees: A Benefit Concert for Open Doors for Refugees

  • Threshold 2717 Atwood Ave Madison, WI 53704 United States (map)

Doors open at 6:00/Show starts 7:00

Tickets can be purchased here.

Please join the acclaimed singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey for a inspriring performance in support of Madison's refugee community. Peter is a fabulously creative, talented and humorous musician, touring nationally and internationally since the early ‘90s, with 17 albums under his guitar. He performed a captivating sold-out show for Open Doors last year. Nickel&Rose, a Milwaukee duo who play a unique blend of West African, Blues, Bluegrass, Folk and Jazz, will open the show.

An array of traditional foods prepared by refugees, as well as beverages, will be available for sale before and during the show. Come early and come hungry!

Tickets are $20+service charge here, or $25 at the door if available. Space is limited.

Proceeds from the show will go towards school supplies for refugee children.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy music, humor, conversation and food, while you support refugees in the Madison area.

Sponsorship for this event is generously provided by Music Makes a Difference, a nonprofit organization that supports live music and the artists that make it while also raising funds for local charities

Earlier Event: July 18
July Monthly Meeting
Later Event: August 15
August Monthly Meeting