1st Annual "Day of Light" Benefit
Celebrating "Day of Light" Stories
Friday, November 22, 2013 @ 8:30 PM
Tickets On Sale 10/26 @ 10AM
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The first Annual Love Light & Melody "Day of Light" Benefit will be held at the Gothic Theater on November 22nd, 2013. This event will include a VIP cocktail hour and silent auction preview at 3220 S. Acoma with a special Q&A with Brad Corrigan, the founder of LLM. Following the VIP gathering there will be a multimedia event at the Gothic including a concert, live mural painting, photo gallery, and storytelling session celebrating "Day of Light" stories from across the US and abroad. Tickets for the VIP gathering are $250 per person and concert tickets are $50 a piece sold in 2 and 4 packs. The night will also serve as the official album release for "Someday is Today," Brad Corrigan's first studio album in 6 years. Brad and his band mates fromPuerto Rico,BrazilandTexaswill be performing together at the Gothic for the first time.
Brad Corrigan is best known as a member of the indie roots rock band Dispatch. He is a singer, songwriter, guitar player, drummer, and multi-instrumentalist, as well as an activist constantly looking for ways to merge the platforms of music, social justice, art and storytelling. His new album "Someday is Today" has been in the making for 3 years, and is infused with reggae, rock, folk, and world music influences with clear nods to Paul Simon, Ed Vedder, Peter Gabriel, & Jeff Buckley.
Love Light and Melody is aDenverbased nonprofit that serves children in need, amplifies their stories, and inspires hope. LLM works inManagua,Nicaragua;Pine Ridge,South Dakota; Sun Valley inDenver; and plans to host events inBrazilduring the 2014 World Cup. LLM unifies musicians, artists, athletes, and storytellers around impoverished communities in need of emotional, physical, and spiritual restoration. LLM hosts "Day of Light" festival-style events in these communities to inspire hope through music, sports, dance, mural paintings, and visual storytelling.