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Haiti Relief Benefit Concert

Six local bands will play to raise funds for Direct Relief International's efforts in Haiti. Featuring performances by Howlin' Woods, Dreamtime Continuum, and more.

When: Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Where: Center of the Heart, 487 N. Turnpike Rd., Goleta

Cost: Not available

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Local Music

Description:

Six great bands will entertain for 7 hours of wonderful music in all different genres. All donations collected will go to DRI, and all funds will be used for the Hatian people. The Center asks that people simply donate as much as they are able to, come and have a great time! Teen age "oldies rock" band FOLDBACK TIME, (from the SB Academy of Rock) will be the opening act, followed by members of the SBCC Jazz Music Group, then the amazing Acoustic guitar of BRUCE GOLDISH will be followed by the HENDERSON BROTHERS' great jazz/rock/blues and HOWLIN' WOODS- a danceable mix of many genres. Finally DREAMTIME CONTINUUM will present their original world-beat mélange of wonderful dance-trance fun.

This will GREAT MUSIC for A MOST WORTHY CAUSE. Direct Relief International has been working in Haiti since the 1960's, and was the FIRST to be there with relief supplies. These wonderful players are donating their time and talents...ALL funds raised will go directly to Haiti through Direct Relief International. Give a little or a lot, but come and celebrate the vibrant Community that is Santa Barbara- a Great Way to aid our Haitian brothers and sisters, and have a great time as well! . All ages welcome- Rain or Shine!

The Center of the Heart is a non-profit, non-denominational spiritual center dedicated to helping create a more peaceful and equitable world. This is also the weekend when the Center is celebrating 65 years of service within our community.

Phone: 805-967-0805

Event posted Jan. 22, 2010
Last updated Jan. 22, 2010

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