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CONCERT FOR CLIMATE – Tribute to Neil Young at Dogtown Friday, March 27 – 8 pm – $5 at the door.
SustainFloyd will be hosting the 3rd annual “Concert for Climate” at Dogtown Roadhouse feathering music from the Neil Young songbook.
A talented collection local musicians will me taking the Dogtown stage for this 3nd Annual “Concert for Climate” on Friday evening, March 27th at 8 p.m. The proceeds will go to support SustainFloyd, a local environmental non-profit.
“It takes a village to keep the free world rockin’,” Young once said. The concert will feature two bands who have formed for this event: Buffalo SpringFloyd will start the night with Young’s early music. Brad Collier and Lazy Horse will take up the reins and perform his later recordings.
The performers, who are donating their time to this event, include Brad Collier, David Cannaday, Dave Fason, Barbara Gillespie, Rick Hall, Jeff Liverman, Chris Luster, Brad Miller, Cory Potrafka, and Dave Shelton.
SustainFloyd Foundation, created in 2009, will promote its “Personal Climate Pledge” and its newest endeavor, The Climate Change Video Project. This project seeks to document current attitudes and promote awareness among the County’s student population. These programs are intended to stimulate a local call-to-action among county residents. “ The evidence of climate change is overwhelming and projections are alarming” says Woody Crenshaw, a member of SustainFloyd, “we each need to do whatever we can to address this issue.”
Join Jeff Liverman, Floyd musicians and SustainFloyd at Dogtown Roadhouse on Friday night, March 27th at 8 p.m. for “Concert for Climate, a Tribute to Neil Young.” Organizers say you will be guaranteed some awesome music, a rockin’ good time, and a chance to support the environment and our local community. $5 tickets are available at the door.
SustainFloyd is a rural non-profit in the Blue Ridge Mountains that undertakes projects to support the environment, agriculture, renewable energy, and community well-being. To learn more about SustainFloyd and its mission, go to www.sustainfloyd.org.