Tennessee-based Flicker Records will be hosting a night of rock music on Friday, Dec. 9 at Rocketown in Nashville with all proceeds going to benefit the Hands and Feet Project a ministry founded by members of Audio Adrenaline to raise funds for Haitian orphan relief efforts.
Flicker Rock Night: A Benefit Show for the Orphans in Haiti will be co-headlined by hard rockers Kids in the Way and Staple and will also feature music from Until June, eleventyseven, Fireflight and Flatfoot 56.
Flicker has been critical to the launch and development of Hands and Feet, says Audio Adrenaline frontman Mark Stuart. We are proud of the label and appreciate its ongoing support of our efforts to help children in need.
Tickets are $5 at the door for the event, which is scheduled to run from 7:30-9:30 p.m. CST.
For more information about the event, visit www.rocketown.com or call (615) 843-4000.