Band Of Horses Announces South Carolina Hurricane Matthew Relief Campaign
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 09:27:40
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Band of Horses has announced a South Carolina Hurricane Matthew relief campaign. The band is currently on tour in support of their new album, Why Are You OK, and today, October 19th, will perform in their hometown of Charleston, South Carolina.
In order to help the area, which was devastated by the recent hurricane, Band of Horses has announced a number of efforts, and all proceeds will go to Tri-County Hurricane Matthew Recovery Fund. Pitchfork reports, "First, Band of Horses will sign posters, which will be sold at their evening show at the North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center. At the show, there will be a raffle offering an autographed Band of Horses guitar, or one of the signed posters plus a merch prize pack. The venue will also collect canned food donations at the door, and Trident United Way will be at the venue, too, to collect donations.
In addition to their North Charleston PAC show, the band have announced an afternoon concert at the city's Truphonic Studios. They are auctioning off entrance to the show here."
After their two Charleston concerts, Band of Horses will continue on their tour. Their next stop is October 21st in Knoxville, Tennessee. From there, the band will continue to crisscross the continent, making stops in Minneapolis, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco, and more. They will play their last North American show of this tour on December 31st in Washington D.C.
—The ARTISTdirect Staff