We are pleased to announce that Live For Live Music and The Mischief Collection are teaming up for the first-ever ACLUistic Brunch Fundraiser at the Savoy at Curtis Park in Denver, Colorado. The daytime event on March 26th will bring members of local and nationally touring acts together to play an acoustic show that benefits the ACLU of Colorado. Thus far, Bridget Law (Elephant Revival) & Tierro Lee, Brad Parsons, Tori Pater, and Jacob Moss, Mark Pietrovito, & Brandon Jay (all of Part & Parcel) have all signed on to play unplugged sets for the fundraiser. If that (and the clever wordplay of the event’s name) doesn’t already pique your interest, hopefully the other goodies lined up for the event will. The event, which runs from 11 AM to 3 PM, will be serving 2$ mimosas and bloody marys for its duration, raffling off a free month of membership at Fit36, and bringing out a handful of local vendors to sell their wares.
We’re pretty confident that drinking mimosas and listening to some wonderful tunes is a pretty good way to spend a Sunday morning, doubly so when all of the proceeds of the event are going to an important cause, and we hope you do too! Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door, with all proceeds going to the ACLU of Colorado. More information is available via the event’s Facebook page here, and tickets are available here. You can also check out some video of some of the performers below to get excited about their acoustic sets for the ACLUistic Brunch!
Tierro and Bridget Law
[Video courtesy of Bridget Law]
[Video courtesy of Neon Autumn]
Tori Pater with Sam Holt
[Video courtesy of MoBoogie]
Jacob Moss and Mark Pietrovito (with their band, Part & Parcel)
[Video courtesy of Youtube user Jennakaymay]