Atlanta’s Velvet Underground at Hard Rock Cafe is doing their part to raise money for the great charity WHY, which was started by radio talk show host Bill Ayers and the late singer-songwriter Harry Chapin. Velvet Underground is throwing shows in conjunction with their Imagine There’s No Hunger campaign, and the money will be going to fight hunger and poverty around the world, focusing on Haiti, Kenya, Thailand and India.
Ticket prices include three (or more) cans of food. Those who don’t bring the cans of food on the day of the show will have to pay the remainder of the day of show ticket price.
Velvet Underground will be throwing two shows to raise money for Imagine There’s No Hunger:
Tyler Bates plays with Emily Lynch and The Daniel Lee Band on November 26.
Elevation plays with Shirock and Asherel on December 17.