Cans & Carols. This is always an amazing evening. Bands, spoken word, Chad's Chai. What more needs to be said? Each band plays Christmas songs in their own style. Bring lots of canned food to help our community. All proceeds go to the 2nd Harvest Food Bank.
Musicians/bands that will be playing include: Gulley, Lauren Light, Doug Davis, Drew Holgate, The Camel City Collective, Chad Morris of the Chad Morris Band, and Khiana Meyer! We will accept donations to help make the Sounds of the Season in Winston-Salem album a reality. There will also be two optional donation drives going at the event: a can food drive for Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC and toy (only new, unopened toys) drive for Brenner Children's Hospital.
a benefit for 2nd Harvest Food Bank.
It's a party all through downtown K'ville!! There will be all kinds of fun activities and food.
This is our yearly benefit for the needy in the community! Top local bands will be putting their own spin on traditional Christmas songs. Your ticket in is canned goods! Bring a bag full.
Sounds Like: Audioslave, Dave Matthews Band, Héroes del Silencio, Red Hot Chili Peppers
Bio: You could describe Chad Morris Band's music as "Epic Indie Rock Grooves." CMB delivers upbeat and melodic rock with touches of pop, Latin, and reggae. Musical influences include: U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Audio Slave, and Dave Matthews. Their songs are honest and fresh, openly grappling with l...See Full Bio
“Chad of the Chad Morris Band will be playing at this concert! Many of you might know him from Chad's Chai and Tea Company as well. We will host a family friendly outdoors concert featuring most of the musicians from Sounds of the Season in Winston-Salem. Location is to be determined and the time will likely be 3 p.m. We hope to have food vendors and have hot chocolate/cider. More details coming soon! We will run a can food drive to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of NWNC and a toy drive to benefit Wake Forest Baptist Health-Brenner Children’s Hospital at this event! Ticket prices to be determined but will be low and likely children will be free with any paying adult.”