Mississippi Live & the Dirty Dirty will serve-up their own element of Mississippi blues, country and smooth southern rock at the Earthwise Society barn on Sunday, Nov. 4.
The 2 p.m. concert will benefit the Little House Society and Earthwise Society.
“One of the best things about making music is you get to do it with the people you love, but you also get to go out and see the good in the world. I think that’s a lot of what today is about, seeing the good in the world,” said Robert Connely Farr, frontman for Mississippi Live & the Dirty Dirty.
Little House is excited to hold the fundraising event to help bring awareness to the services and programs being offered to the community.
“Recovery is reality, plain and simple,” adds Farr. “Places like Little House Society are important part of our community. It’s where recovery happens and where people can get their lives back.”
Little House Society and Earthwise Society have been actively fundraising selling raffle tickets.
“We are so grateful to Earthwise Society for partnering with us on this benefit concert, and the restored barn is an ideal venue for listening to the blues on a crisp autumn afternoon,” said Joni Wright, executive director of Little House Society.
Tickets are $25 each and available at Little House Society (5061-12th Ave), Earthwise Society (6400-3rd Ave.) and through Eventbrite. Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mississippi-live-the-dirty-dirty-benefit-concert-tickets-51032054248. You will also find this link on Facebook @LittleHouseSocietyDelta and Twitter @LHSDelta.
Please note: Due to the Southlands development, the Earthwise site is surrounded by construction. Watch for volunteers for parking assistance.