The musical lineup for the SWFL Strong benefit concert on Friday, Nov. 18 has been changed.
Jack Russell’s Great White and FireHouse will not be performing that night. The new lineup includes Frank Hannon (lead guitarist) of Tesla, Ben Allen Band, Roxx Revolts & The Velvets and Vallion. Tickets are $25 – $75 and are available at www.niceguysproduction.com
Proceeds will benefit Music aLive SWFL and Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation’s #WEAREFMB for Hurricane Ian recovery.
Music aLive SWFL is a non-profit organization created to help provide financial, educational, and other assistance to musicians, music venues and those that support live music in Southwest Florida in the face of pandemic, disaster, or individual hardship. The need for helping our SWFL music community after Hurricane Ian is immeasurable.
#WEAREFMB is a non-profit organization that was formed to help those suddenly put out of work due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Then, on Sept. 28, the Island of Fort Myers Beach was completely decimated by Hurricane Ian. Money raised from #WEAREFMB goes DIRECTLY into the hands of those in desperate need who live in the 33931-zip code. Our beautiful Island and the people on it have given many of us unforgettable, lifelong memories. We know many are now in dire need of help. https://fmbcommunityfoundation.com
#SWFLSTRONG is an all day, family-friendly live music event with food, drinks, and vendors to be held from 5 – 10 p.m. at the Alliance for the Arts, 10091 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers. Tickets range from $35 – $100. Military (active and retired) and first responders get in free (with ID).
Tickets are on sale now at niceguysproduction.com/event/swflstrong-benefit-concert/
Event organizer is Nice Guys Production. Event partners include School of Rock Fort Myers and Lewis P. Tabarrini Children’s Music Outreach Foundation.