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Wild Honey Foundation Presents WILD HONEY ORCHESTRA & FRIENDS PLAY BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD

February 17, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Tickets go on sale to General Public:  Friday, 11/03/17 at 10:00 AM

WILD HONEY FOUNDATION PRESENTS:  WILD HONEY ORCHESTRA & FRIENDS PLAY BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD TO BENEFIT THE AUTISM THINK TANK

On the heels of Wild Honey’s sold-out, acclaimed 2017 celebration of THE BAND (featuring Garth Hudson, Jackson Browne, Carlene Carter, & The Continental Drifters), Wild Honey Orchestra and Friends will team up with co-founder RICHIE FURAY to explore the earth-shaking folk/country/psychedelic rock of Buffalo Springfield, a short-lived but legendary band that featured Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Bruce Palmer, Dewey Martin, and, later, Jim Messina.

The three-hour plus event will benefit the Autism Think Tank (autismthinktanknj.com), a non-profit that brings together a team of top autism specialists, via an internet medical conference, to tackle the painful medical/psychological issues faced by kids like Wild Honey’s co-founder Paul Rock’s thirteen-year-old son, Jake, a non-verbal autistic boy with extreme digestive distress and self-injury issues. The Wild Honey Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit which seeks to pass on the passion, creativity, and idealism found in rock, rhythm & blues, folk, and pop music to future generations through cultural events of all types, has raised over $100,000 for the ATT over the past four years.

*VIP ticket includes: Sound Check access, Pre-show Reception, Parking, & Show Poster

DISCOUNTED PRICING
GLENDALE ARTS MEMBER [GAM] Available Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office/Phone/Internet. Show GAM member card or PIN or sign in with e-mail associated with GAM account.

Organizer

Glendale Arts
Email:
info@glendalearts.org
Website:
www.glendalearts.org

Venue

Alex Theatre
216 North Brand Blvd.
Glendale, CA 91203 United States
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Phone:
818-243-2539
Website:
http://www.alextheatre.org