Four local bands will perform Sunday at Santa Rosa’s Arlene Francis Center at a benefit concert for Social Advocates for Youth (SAY), which provides housing and counseling to at-risk youth in Sonoma County.
The band line-up features the Acrylics, Deris Krig, Slow Bloom and Karupi, plus drag dancer Kochina Rude and open mic poetry with Anthony Diedrich Boyd.
Artists showcasing their work will include J Party, Anarcich Destiny, Collin Harris, Casey Perez, Ghostfriendly, Iancantfilm, Aja Dewolf, Jose Andrade, Art Moura, Anthony Celeri, Ingrid Shoop and others.
The show starts at 7 p.m. at the Arlene Francis Center. 99 W. Sixth St. Admission: $5-$10. Information: 707-528-3009, arlenefranciscenter.org.
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SAY Benefit Concert
When: Sunday, Feb. 26, 7 p.m.
Where: Arlene Francis Center, 99 W. Sixth Stree, Santa Rosa
Information: 707-528-3009, arlenefranciscenter.org
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