Benefit concert for tornado survivors to be held March 31 in downtown Opelika


Special to the
Opelika Observer

Hueman Collective, Sylvia Rose Novak and Due South Artist Management are hosting a relief festival to benefit the victims of the tornados that impacted Lee County.
The festival will be held on Sunday, March 31, at three different locations in downtown Opelika from noon to 5:30 p.m.
Locations that will be hosting live music from local bands and musicians include The Railyard Music Venue, 10,000 Hz Records and Red Clay Brewing Company.
A current listing of performers includes Novak, B.B. Palmer, Larry Mitchell and Brett McDaniel among others.
Separate from the live music, the festival will also be hosting food trucks
All proceeds from ticket sales for the festival will be directly donated to tornado victims. In addition, a percentage of sales from participating businesses, including Red Clay, 10,000 Hz and Due South Artist Management, will also be donated.
Children under 12 years old will receive free admission.


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