The Association of Community Organizations of Saint-Louis operated for 40 years, aiming to strengthen the neighborhoods that make up Saint-Louis. This week, they announced a partnership with the St. Louis Blues Society to fund the after-school music programs and SLACO summer camp for kids.
On stage on November 5, five different artists will present a show called Blues, Brass and Sass, to .ZACK Theater (3224 Locust Street) starting at 7 p.m. and ending at 11 p.m. Artists will also be present to sell their works at auction.
The line-up of musical performers includes Marsha Evans and The Coalition, Fab Foehners, âThe Powerhouseâ Dylan Triplett with special guest Miss Hy-C, The Funky Butt Brass Band and Denise Thimes.
“We support our youth and families and believe that music and the arts help young people to develop fully,” SLACO Executive Director Kevin McKinney said in a statement. âWe are working hard to provide after-school programs and summer camps with music and artistic training. We need your help to meet the needs of our youth and our families. ”
The objective of the evening is to raise $ 25,000. The money will be used to provide resources that “will champion the next generation of musicians and creatives,” according to a press release. The concert is the organization’s main fundraiser of the year, the press release also explains, and speaks of SLACO’s “commitment to providing support to community programs.”
General admission tickets cost $ 60, and VIP tickets cost $ 75. VIP tickets will allow you to attend a pre-party, as well as a post-show event, with a performance by the Joe Metzka Band. Food and drinks are also included with VIP tickets.