Spring Day Festival for Autism Awareness. Students Promoting Autism Awareness will be hosting a benefit at Railroad Square Park for the FSU Autism Project, which helps with education, research, and resources for families in Tallahassee. The event is free for everyone in our community-bring your friends and family! Come and enjoy: Local bands and artists Our favorite Tallahassee food vendors FSU student organizations Tallahassee organizations with resources Donated art and items to raise money for our cause! Participating FSU Organizations: ACCESS Hands of Hope Best Buddies DREAM GlobeMed Students Promoting Autism Awareness Tallahassee Organizations: FSU Autism Project Center for Autism and Related Disabilities Workshop for Adult Vocational Enrichment Tallahassee Autism Support Coalition Behavioral Management Consultants Generously Donated art for the cause: FSU Gretchen Everhart Pyramid Railroad Square Please come and help us support our community! Thank you to Engine Room, Design Farm, students, volunteers, local businesses, advocates, and families for your support! Most importantly, Thank you to Railroad Square for allowing us to host this event!! :) *If you would like to get involved or donate items to raise funds for the FSU Autism Project, please contact Nisha at email@example.com FSU Autism Project: http://autismproject.fsu.edu/ http://autism.fsu.edu/ Railroad Square: http://www.railroadsquare.com/
Daggers and Devils
Me and the Devil, Two Foot Level, and Stranger Still @ Krewe De Gras. Music starts at 8:30!
Bio: Founded in 2008, Me and the Devil have been ripping souls out of bodies and will be continuing to sell them for more cd money so we can infect society like a new type of musical plague. We Love v89 and we hope that you'll contact us for any shows except the ones that suck.... you know who you ar...See Full Bio
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"With their loud hodgepodge of southern music, ramshackle blues and what Kelsay calls “alternative Americana,” and with Daughtry’s history in hardcore punk giving the vocals a kind of gritty, shouted immediacy, the band’s shows end up genuine local phenomena."