Published on November 29, 2021
Are you looking for good holiday fun that also does good?
Back by popular demand, the talented Annie Sellick is hosting a benefit concert for Alive for the second year in a row at Third and Lindsley! Last year’s big band show sold out, so don’t wait! Tickets are only $20 in advance or $125 for a four-person VIP table.
Alive is the only nonprofit hospice in Middle Tennessee. Donations help provide support for patients and families that cannot cover the full costs of care and also fund special community programs such as grief counseling and grief camps for kids.
Annie is an Alive volunteer and a very talented musician born and raised in Music City. She has fronted jazz trios for over twenty-five years and is known for her undeniable stage presence, personal authenticity, storytelling, and ability to connect with everyone in the room.
“I believe in this non-profit organization with all my heart, and can’t tell you how blessed I feel to engage with the incredible residents at such an important time in their lives; where a song from me or a touch, a conversation, or a glance might be savored before they have to go.” – Annie Sellick
When: Monday, December 20, 2021 at 7:30pm, doors open at 6pm
Where: 3rd & Lindsley – 818 3rd Ave. S, Nashville, TN
Cost: Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. There is also a VIP option for a reserved 4-top table for $125. All other seats are General Admission. All sales benefit Alive.
More shows are coming in the New Year. Get ready to kick off 2022 with the best songwriter’s in the country when Alive & The Bluebird returns in person on January 4.
The Bluebird Café and songwriters donate show proceeds throughout the month of January to support Alive. Stay tuned for tickets and details at www.alivehospice.org/bluebird