Proceeds benefit Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, so when you come to the show, bring a sack of non-perishable canned goods to help those in need. The WTTS Can Concert with Durand Jones & The Indications, supported by Gentile Dentist and Wheeler Mission. Learn more and grab tickets!
The WTTS Can Concert at The Vogue has been RESHEDULEDfor August 30th. Tickets will be honored on the new date. Proceeds benefit Wheeler Mission, so when you come to the show, bring a sack of non-perishable canned goods to help those in need. The WTTS Can Concert with CAAMP, presented by MOKB Presents and supported by Gentle Dentist.
Thanks to all who attended the WTTS Can Concert presented by City Barbeque featuring Mt. Joy. The Bluebird was packed with enthusiastic music lovers and the energy was undeniable. Thanks to you, we gathered thousands of canned goods to benefit those in need through Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard. It’s about the experience of the music, the community and the memories.
The WTTS Can Concert holiday tradition continued this year with two great shows to benefit families in need. This year we brought Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness to The Bluebird in Bloomington (see a re-cap here), and then, on December 21st, WTTS brought another great benefit concert to The Vogue to make the holidays even happier. The 2nd Christmas Can Concert starred The War On Drugs, and their L.A. based electronic opening act Lo Moon. Prior to the show, Lo Moon played an exclusive private performance for some of our lucky listeners in Sun King Studio 92 that can be heard here.The sold out Can Concert was sponsored by Sun King Brewery, and City Barbeque. Below you can see a few of our favorite flickr album images.
It’s the return of the WTTS Christmas Can Concert! This year we’re bringing the season’s best benefit concert to The Vogue to make the holidays happier for families in need. This years Christmas Can Concert stars The War On Drugs, December 21st and is sponsored by Sun King Brewery, and City Barbeque.
Tickets for the WTTS Can Concert with The War On Drugs are on sale now. Click here to get yours.
When you come to the show, bring a sack of non-perishable canned goods. You’ll be helping out neighbors in need this holiday. A portion of proceeds will also benefit Food Rescue.
About Food Rescue: The K-12 Food Rescue Program is in more than 500 schools nationwide-400 in Indiana alone. K-12 Food Rescue pairs schools with food pantries and shelters to recover the estimated 1 billion unopened, unpeeled, and unwanted food items from student trays annually. While feeding families instead of landfills, they are teaching kids that food is not trash. Through their education program, K-12 Food Rescue is empowering kids to tackle seemingly insurmountable issues like food waste and hunger, showing them they can in fact change the world.
A portion of ticket sale proceeds went to Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, a charitable organization that envisions a community where everyone has equal access to nutritious food, waste is minimized, and all members are healthy, self-sufficient, and empowered to reach their full potential. In addition to ticket sale donations, concert goers also brought generous donations of non-perishable canned goods to share with Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard.
Below you’ll find some of our favorite photos of the show with Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness and more information about Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard.
About Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard: Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard increases access to healthy food for all people in need in ways that cultivate dignity, self-sufficiency, and community. We envision a community where everyone has equal access to nutritious food, waste is minimized, and all members are healthy, self-sufficient, and empowered to reach their full potential. Our programs include a client-choice food pantry and free educational programs on nutrition and gardening. Our programs are largely powered by our volunteer-patrons. We welcome any community members who can benefit from our services.