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Social Slaves, Mr.Rabbit Says, Gyttja and Alykai playing Killabrews March 31st doors open at 8pm and show will start approx. 9pm 5 bucks in the door support your local musicians.
Its that time again to prepare to raise as much money as we can for this great cause. Last year we raised a little over 2000.00, this year can be way better with all your help. This year will be a 2 day event starting at noon on sat til ? Sat eve. and then starting back up at noon on Sun till around 9 PM. 11 bands Sat. 9 Bands Sun. 20 bands this year will be playing there hearts out for this cause this year getting there fans in to help raise money for this cause. As in the past, ALL proceeds are going to " Leaps Of Love",, an organization to helping families effected with childhood cancer. more info on this great organization as follows: $5.00 at the door per person There will be food and auctions and drawings throughout both days, Time to Play Music one of the Sponsors of this event has put up a Fender American Strat Special for us to sell chances @ 5.00 each to help raise more money,,,you can get your Tickets at "Time to Play Music store @ 307 N 36th St in Quincy, or contact me (Mike Gilbert) or any member of Further Ado band, for your tickets,,,this is a ( MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN ) item, drawing for this guitar will be on the Sun nite @ 7 PM. Another item we will be selling ticket chances to win is a custom made Cedar lined Oak Chest, made by me and my brother Tim Gilbert, this also will be a must be present to win item, and we will draw for that at 6PM on the Sunday. I will be Updateing this site with more and more info each day, please share this site with all your friends and lets help make this annual event better and better each year,, THANKS to ALL the Musicians for helping again this year which is sure to be a great one,,,
Manager: Tabatha Watson
Bio: Formed in the fall of 2007, Alykai has come a long way! Started as a dream of Tim Watsons', he set out to round out a full band. Meeting Jon Conyers a few weeks later, the two sat down and started writing riffs to turn into songs. After a year of singers and drummers coming and going, they finall...See Full Bio