Saturday, October 15 is a night for music fans to make a change in their normal routines by venturing out to see a live music performance. Thousands of people will gather nationwide in arenas, theatres, clubs, and bars to celebrate live music and show their appreciation for our nations hard working and creative artists.
“Night of Sweet Relief” is an annual multi-venue event produced by musicians, venues, promoters, ticket companies and media partners to engage music fans to go where the music world really happens today – live and on stage!
“This is a night to get off the couch, away from the TV, movie, or video game and into the excitement of live entertainment,” said Rob Max, Executive Director of Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. “Listening to music is great, but seeing the artists perform live, playing right in front of you on stage is an experience you never forget.”
Many iconic and great venues are participating including The Roxy, the Viper Room, El Rey, Amoeba Records, Tipitina’s, Slims, Exit/In, Swizzlesteve Inc, the Fonda, Satellite, the Glass House and many more.
Other great supporters of Live Music and “Night of Sweet Relief” are New Music Tipsheet by Scott Perry, Record Store Day, Independent Musician Radio and ReverbNation.
To learn more about October 15, 2011 “Night of Sweet Relief”, visit our website at www.sweetrelief.org/event/night-of-sweet-relief/ or call 949-715-4606
A portion of the proceeds will go to Sweet Relief Musicians Fund to assist musicians facing illness, disability, or age-related problems.