3 Doors Down to Headline Eighth Annual The Better Life Foundation Concert
Thu, 29 Sep 2011 12:52:20
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The rock band will once again headline their eighth annual The Better Life Foundation concert. The event will also feature Seether, plus special guest, at the Horseshoe Casino in Tunica, MS on Saturday, Nov. 19.
There will be an array of activities at this year's event including a charity motorcycle ride which leaves from Southern Thunder Harley in Southaven, MS on Saturday, Nov. 19; a silent auction; the raffle for the Citizen Soldier IV motorcycle valued at $73,000; and a live performance.
Tickets for the charity motorcycle ride ($25 includes ride, shirt and food & drinks at the rider reception) and the raffle ($10) can be purchased in advance by going here.
Proceeds from this year's event will go to benefit 3 Doors Down's charity, The Better Life Foundation, which supports children's charities and a chance at "The Better Life." Since its inception, TBLF has gone on to support numerous charities nationwide, as well as providing aid and assistance to the Gulf Coast region of Mississippi during Hurricane Katrina. Sponsored this year by the Mississippi Army National Guard and Paul Benton, the event raised $280,000 in 2010 and over $2,000,000 to date for the charity. Past guests for the annual concert include Theory of a Deadman, Saving Abel, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Staind, Sara Evans, Tracy Lawrence, Shinedown, Hinder, Alter Bridge, James Otto, Big Kenny of Big And Rich, Aaron Lewis of Staind, Ed Kowalczyk of Live and Switchfoot.
For more information or VIP tickets please visit here.
Here is the itinerary:
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2011
10:30am - RIDE LEAVES SOUTHERN THUNDER HARLEY IN SOUTHHAVEN, MS
12pm - RIDE ARRIVES
12pm - 2pm - RIDER RECEPTION @ TUNICA ROADHOUSE SHOWROOM
2pm- 4:45pm - AUCTION
5pm – DOORS
5:15pm - RED CARPET ENTRANCE w/3DD @ HORSESHOE VALET ENTRANCE
5:30pm - RAFFLE FOR CITIZEN SOLDIER IV @ HORSESHOE LOBBY
6pm - CONCERT @ BLUESVILLE
About The Better Life Foundation:
In 2003, the community-minded band chose to begin giving back to their beloved Mississippi by starting their own charity, The Better Life Foundation, a 501(c)(3) federally tax exempt non-profit organization. Named after their first album, they had a goal in mind: To give every child a chance at ‘The Better Life.' Since its inception TBLF has gone on to support numerous charities nationwide, as well as providing aid and assistance to the Gulf Coast region of Mississippi and Alabama during Hurricane Katrina.
What charities do you support or donate to? Will you do anything with or for The Better Life Foundation?