PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Catherine Crockett at email@example.com or 831-915-7257
Organization: Aldo Mysterioso Productions & Big Sur After the Storm Relief Fund
More info: Michael Lojkovic, (831) 869-2819, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fun-raiser for Big Sur residents After the Storm
Date: Saturday, March 25, 2017
Time: 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM. Doors open 7:00 PM
Location: Carl Cherry Center for the Arts, 4th and Guadalupe, Carmel, (831) 624-7491
Admission: Tickets are $20-$100 sliding scale donation. Limited Seating – Advance purchase tickets recommended. Purchase tickets online at Eventbrite: https://big-sur-after-the-storm-3-25-17-fun-raiser.eventbrite.com
Optionally buy tickets in person at Pilgrim’s Way Books, Dolores St., between 5th and 6th Streets in Carmel, CA. For open hours, visit the website: http://www.pilgrimsway.com/ or phone 831-624-4955.
About the Event: This winter, Big Sur residents, workers, and businesses have been severely impacted by the wettest season on record. Flooding, mudslides, fallen trees, and road closures have left many stranded, without shelter, and in dire need of assistance. The public is invited to rally together to support the people of Big Sur and to experience a celebration of song, voices, healing, and generosity.
Michael Lojkovic, actor, playwright, screenwriter, and troubadour, will direct an extravaganza of music, literary genius, and joyful surprise that will delight the audience. Songs that uplift the spirit will be sung by a group of Wholehearted Chorus members, directed by Michael. The musical program will be interwoven with poetry and spoken word presentations by Special Guests. Baked goods and concessions will also be offered for sale to cover the use of the venue.
Event flyer: http://bit.ly/2mCO2Ai
Sponsored by: Aldo Mysterioso Productions & Big Sur After the Storm Relief Fund
About the sponsoring organization: The Big Sur After the Storm Relief Fund was created as a community arts production to raise funds, support, and loving awareness for the people of Big Sur impacted by the devastating storms this current winter season.