Dragonfly Affect Benefit Concert Is Sunday

For The Community Kitchen

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Songbirds is sponsoring The Dragonfly Affect’s first annual concert benefit to help The Community Kitchen and the homeless of Chattanooga for their fifth annual Christmas drive. The goal this year is to collect 2,500 adult filled backpacks and 250 children packs. 

The concert will be held Sunday from 3-9 p.m. on the south stage.

Performers include Marty Manus, a local country music artist; Dallas Walker, who just released his newest CD; Sexy Beast, who will be playing hits from the 80s to present; and Purple Masquerade, a Prince Tribute Band that will have guests dancing and singing all night long.

Guests may donate $25 worth of supplies (new backpack (age/sex appropriate) filled with personal hygiene items, non perishable food items and items to keep them warm). Items for donation are $25 at door. There are no pre-sale discounts.

T-shirts will be available for pre-sale at $18 up to x-large, $22 for 1-3x.

Tickets are $18-$25 and available here


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