Music: Stop AIDS Benefit Concert

It is seldom that the opportunity arises to rock out to live music, dance and slam beers until after midnight while simultaneously contributing to a noble effort (getting a royal flush with PBR bottle caps arguably does not amount to a ‘noble effort’). H

It is seldom that the opportunity arises to rock out to live music, dance and slam beers until after midnight while simultaneously contributing to a noble effort (getting a royal flush with PBR bottle caps arguably does not amount to a ‘noble effort’). However, Stop AIDS offers this rare opportunity by hosting a benefit concert at The Southgate House for anyone who wants to join in the battle against AIDS/HIV alongside local and national rock artists. The night is set to open with solo performer J. Glenn, former drummer of My Morning Jacket, followed by The Sundresses, a three-piece rock outfit out of the Ohio River valley. Also set for the lineup is Pearlene, a group of native Cincinnatians whose music is described as “twangy, bluesy, dirty-ass soul-rock.” The Buffalo Killers will wrap the night up with their signature Blues-influenced, groovy sound that is sure to keep the crowd moving. Raffle tickets will be available; prizes include a guitar and more. All proceeds benefit Stop AIDS. 9 p.m. $10-$13.

Learn more here at stopaidscincinnati.org

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