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Concert Alert: KEXP and Seattle Foundation Hosts First Concert Event of the Newly Re-Launched Community Partnership Program

Concert proceeds to benefit Washington Bus and Washington Low Income Housing Alliance.


November 09, 2016

Please join KEXP and Seattle Foundation for the first concert event of the newly re-launched Community Partnership Program. This concert is first in a series to raise awareness around philanthropy and stewardship for a healthy community, and to support and engage local musicians and local nonprofits through fundraising and promotion.

Proceeds from this concert will benefit Washington Bus and Washington Low Income Housing Alliance whose work centers on civic engagement, specifically voter turnout, registration, and assisting communities that are underrepresented in participating in the democratic process. This partnership with KEXP is an extension of our Vibrant Democracy Initiative, aimed at strengthening the voice and participation of underrepresented communities to allow for more equitable systems change. Additional information on this partnership and the first two featured nonprofits can be found here.

Featured artists for this inaugural concert include JusMoni, Maiah Manser and headliner, IG88.

Thursday, November 17

KEXP Gathering Space

Doors: 6:00 PM

Show: 7:00 PM

$8 ADV // $10 at the door (21+)

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