CSU Hosts Local Bands for Sept. 22 Benefit Concert

COLUMBUS, Ga. — Columbus State University’s Servant Leadership Program will stage an outdoor benefit concert featuring area bands with musical styles ranging from rock and hip-hop to country.

With no admission price, donations will be collected from concertgoers during the “Sound Off for Highland” event from 5-10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22 at the CSU Intramural Field. In case of rain, the event will move to the CSU Student Recreation Center.

Proceeds will benefit the Second Chance Resource Center, a Columbus-Highland neighborhood organization supporting the homeless.

Scheduled performers include StereoMonster, Garrett Lee, Forbidden Dialect, Jasper Drive, Crown Jester, Shaun Crane and the Andy Luker Experience. In addition to music, the event will include food and demonstrations from the Premier Martial Arts studio in Columbus and CSU Dance Domination, a student organization.

The event is part of the Servant Leadership senior class of 2012 service project, PATCHES, which is short for Positive And Trusting Communities Help Everyone Succeed.

For more about the benefit concert and class project, go to Servant Leadership PATCHES on Facebook or visit http://ColumbusState.edu/clubs-orgs/patches.


Contact the Servant Leadership Program office at 706-507-8773.
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