The Sixth “Tree of Life Benefit Concert” will take place at SOB’s in New York City next month on Saturday, February 23rd. The one-night benefit concert event will look to raise money for The Tree of Life Development, a nonprofit which supports housing, job opportunities, and job training in inclusive and integrated community settings for adults with developmental disabilities.

The all-star show will feature two main collaborative performances from “Brothers Band” and the “Tree of Life Band.” Both bands will be comprised of notable musicians, with The Brothers Band featuring Luther and Cody Dickenson of North Mississippi Allstars, Jason and Chris Crosby, Alexander Nelson, and frequent Terrapin Family Band member, Alex Koford. The Tree of Life Band will be made up of Scott Metzger of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, acclaimed violinist Katie Jacoby, singer Elliot Peck, Jessie Bardwell, drummer Taylor Florenth, and Jason and Chris Crosby. The night will also include solo sets.

A limited number of 70 VIP tickets for the February 23rd event are available for purchase for a reasonable price of $150, which includes pre-show performances from Bardwell and Peck, in addition to food from the venue and a two-hour open bar. General admission tickets are also still available for a more affordable $65.

Inquiring New York area music fans can head over to the event page on Facebook for ticketing and show information.

Tree Of Life Benefit

[H/T Fangeist]