Camp Fire Benefit Jam in Nevada City
Vocalist and songwriter Simrit, whose music has topped the World Music charts, has organized an all-day benefit concert with a variety of musicians. Proceeds will go toward victims of the Camp Fire. The line up, scheduled from 3:30 to 11:30 p.m. on Nov. 21 at the Miners Foundry in Nevada City, will feature an eclectic mix of artists. In addition to Simrit and friends performing, other artists will include Paul Kamm and Eleanor Macdonald, Boca do Rio, Soul Medic and General Smiley with the All Star Band, D.J. Brian Hartman, a Family Hip Hop Party with Grammy award winner Secret Agent 23 Skidoo and more. The Camp Fire Benefit Jam is a donation-only concert and fundraiser, with the most useful donations being money, gift cards and gas cards. The event will include food, a full-service bar and a silent auction. More performers may be added to the schedule as the date approaches. For more information, visit Camp Fire Benefit Jam on Facebook.
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