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Band Together and United Way of the Greater Triangle announced on Wednesday that country band Turnpike Troubadours will headline a benefit concert Oct. 28 at Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh.
Band Together and United Way of the Greater Triangle have teamed up for two benefit concerts this fall to raise money for Triangle nonprofits focused on housing accessibility.
With a virtual concert and social media raffles, Band Together has leveraged technology to continue fundraising throughout the pandemic.
Abbey Slattery, WRAL Digital Solutions
Here's some great news for music fans in the Triangle: Band Together and United Way of the Greater Triangle are hosting an in-person benefit concert Saturday evening.
Comeback Fest, a celebration of music and community will raise $2 million to help the recovery and rebuilding of the Triangle. It is being held on Oct. 23, 2021.
Band Together and United Way of the Greater Triangle have announced a benefit concert this fall in downtown Raleigh.
The concert is planned to be in-person on Oct. 23 at Red Hat Amphitheater, pending any health and safety guidelines in place.
The annual Band Together NC concert fundraiser aired virtually this year on WRAL Wednesday night. The lineup includes Delta Rae, Rissi Palmer and Raleigh's recent showstopper from "America's Got Talent," Tyler Butler-Figeroa.
Kathy Hanrahan, Out and About editor
Band Together Executive Director Thorne Daubenspeck talks about the Anti-Racism Community Fund, which aims to turn the nationwide conversation around systemic racism into local action by providing resources to develop Triangle-wide community leadership and investing in anti-racism, systems-level solutions to poverty.
Eric Guckian, President and CEO of United Way said that his organization is funding anti-racist work because fighting poverty and fighting racism go hand-in-hand.
Local singer/songwriter Autumn Nicholas talks about her music and its call for change. Nicholas will join other artists at 7 p.m. on Wednesday for an annual Band Together NC concert fundraiser on WRAL.
Hannah Parker talks about how the telethon Band Together Against racism event is going virtual tonight.
Sit back and enjoy virtual performances from local music artists and special guests with Band Together. Airing August 12th at 7pm on WRAL and streaming on wral.com
The annual Band Together NC concert fundraiser will air on WRAL Wednesday at 7 p.m. The lineup includes Delta Rae, Rissi Palmer and Raleigh's recent showstopper from "America's Got Talent," Tyler Butler-Figeroa.
"Call for Change: Band Together Against Racism" will be broadcast from 7 to 8 p.m. on Aug. 12 on WRAL, 95.7 THAT Station and live stream platforms. The event is a partnership with the nonprofit and the United Way of the Greater Triangle.
The event, which will be aired on WRAL, will include pre-recorded concerts at local venues including Durham Performing Arts Center and Lincoln Theatre.
After a shortened set on Saturday night, Band Together NC's headliner St. Paul and the Broken Bones has announced they will perform again in Raleigh in August.
Kathy Hanrahan, Out and About editor
Band Together NC hosted a charity concert featuring St. Paul and the Broken Bones to raise money for the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the Red Hat Amphitheater in downtown Raleigh. Photos by Jerome Carpenter.