Friday, September 9, 2011

Musicians will 'Rock the House" in New Haven to help the homeless

NEW HAVEN  – Local non-profits have partnered with Terminal 110 and the city to "produce a marathon benefit concert to raise money for Tent City 2011 and the homeless youth shelter providers in New Haven, organizers said in a statement.

This event, dubbed Rock the House New Haven, is scheduled for 2 to 10 p.m. (or later) Sept.18, at Terminal 110, 240 Sargent Drive. The event will feature an eclectic mix of musicians, bands and vocalists from all over the Greater New Haven area, the statement said.
Tickets are $15 each and proceeds will benefit Youth Continuum and New Haven Home Recovery. Tickets can be purchased online at
The concert is a joint effort organized and supported by numerous city-based groups: Children in Placement, Christian Community Action, the City of New Haven/Community Services Administration, The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, The Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven , New Haven Home Recovery, the NHPS/Board of Education, Life Haven, South Central Behavioral Health Network, St. Andrews Episcopal Church/Your Place Youth Center, United Way of Greater New Haven, Youth Continuum, and various local groups, the statement said.

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