Monday, September 9, 2013

Crash Safely - 4 Nights. 3 Venues. 2 Weekends. 1 Cause

The 3rd Annual Crash Safely promotes awareness of MS and local music

Crash Safely is a four-night event in September that raises money for the National MS Society. Crash Safely, now in its third year, is led by Boston rock writer and videographer Amanda Nichols and Figgs drummer Pete Hayes (both of whom were diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2008) of the Maybe Sump’ms bikeMS team, with support from Nick Blakey, Boston musician and booking agent. 

The events will feature some of Boston’s best performers, all of whom MS has touched in some way. 

Crash Safely Night #1: 9/13/13 at OBERON 18+, $15 • DJ/VJ Craig MacNeil of Videodrome Discotheque • The Upper Crust • John Powhida International Airport • Parlour Bells

Crash Safely Night #2 9/14/13 at Davis Square Theatre 21+, $12.00 • The Nickel & Dime Band • Township • The Duckbills (featuring members of the Figgs) • Mount Peru • Tsunami of Sound

Crash Safely Night #3 9/20/13 at the Midway Café, 21+, $10 • Titanics • Corin Ashley • The Unholy III • The Phil Aiken Army • Lenny Lashley’s Gang of One

Crash Safely Night #4 9/21/13 at the Midway Café, 21+, $10 • Sidewalk Driver • Gene Dante and The Future Starlets • My Own Worst Enemy • The I Want You • Cotton Candy

In addition to the music every night, raffles will be held at each venue featuring different prizes each night. Silent auctions will also be held online and during the events for bidding on video production and studio time as well as other prizes.

Story originally posted on RPM Life In Analog.

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