The Show Must Go On – Chris & Otter Benefit on Sat. April 19th

Apr 16, 2008 by

Hi All –

We are rocking and rolling getting plans for the benefit in solid order for this Saturday. Below is the current information for the benefit. We hope to have posters and fliers available later on today!

We are still looking for – volunteers to help with various aspects of the fundraiser (stage help, bartending, raffle ticket sellers, silent auction helpers and more), tables and tents for the silent auction and other outdoor booths, more donations (big & small) for the silent auction and the raffle, a roll of raffle tickets if anyone has one to spare, possibly a PA system (we may have one lined up already, but it isn’t 100% confirmed), folks interesting in performing short acts while bands load on and off the stage, set up and clean up help, donations of liquor/wine/food….

Please contact Andrea via email at [email protected]neworleans.com or via phone at 504.324.2489 (home) or 254.640.8441 (cell).

Visit http://www.ChrisandOtter.com for more info and links to all the wonderful bands, artists, etc. participating in the benefit!

Thanks!

– Andrea Garland

THE SHOW MUST GO ON!!
– A Festival to Benefit Chris & Otter –

Saturday, April 19th, 2008 • 2pm – Midnight
4537 N. Robertson (corner of N. Robertson & Kentucky)

MUSIC

John Boutte
Washboard Chaz
Herringbone Orchestra
Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship
Anais St. John
PBR Streetgang
The Swinging Widows
The Broken Bottle Band
My Graveyard Jaw
Merry Go Round
Doc Otis and the Junker Jazz Allstars
Magnolia Beacon
American Disaster Party
Drag Queen Revue
Ratty Scurvics
and others!

with experts from Otter’s plays, short one item live auctions led by Bill Lynn of Crown Auctioneers, and other entertaining performances!

SILENT AUCTION & RAFFLE
Including items and works from

Jeff and Vanessa
Marrus
Barbara Yochum
NOLA Rising
Andrea Garland
Jeffrey Holmes
Skot Olsen
L.J. Goldstein
Paulina Cassidy

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