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Songs Against Slavery

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City Winery
609 Lafayette St | Get Directions


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On Tuesday, June 20 from 8:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M., Songs Against Slavery will be hosting its 29th benefit concert at City Winery, featuring Nashville’s own Matthew Perryman Jones. Jones is an original member of “Ten Out of Tenn,” a nationally acclaimed collaborative artist group in Nashville. His music has been featured in numerous television shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Bones, Pretty Little Liars, NY Med, Flash Point, One Tree Hill, The Hills, Switched at Birth, and Eli Stone. Opening the night will be Grace Theisen followed by Jessica Martindale. The night will also include an awareness portion to the public on what sex trafficking looks like in Music City and how they can join the fight.  

Doors will open at 6:00 P.M. The show will start at 8:00 P.M. Tickets range from $20 to $50, some of which include a special meet-and-greet cocktail hour with the artists before the show. Tickets can be online at songsagainstslavery.org.

Songs Against Slavery recently made Nashville their home. With at least 100,000 children trafficked in the United States every year, they have committed to shedding light on this injustice taking place in our own backyard. Over 85 counties in Tennessee have reported at least one case of sex trafficking. The average age of entry is 13 years old.A portion of the funds from the evening will benefit Thistle Farms, a local Nashville nonprofit that includes a two-year residential program for women coming out of prostitution, trafficking and addiction. They also employ the survivors through their social enterprises. To learn more, visit thistlefarms.org

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Price:

June, 20 @ 8:00 pm

$50

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