Sunday concert benefits tornado relief


A concert planned on Sunday will benefit those affected by last week’s tornado outbreak. Dozens of bands are expected to perform on four stages for the event, which takes place starting at 1 p.m. at Silver Creek High School in Sellersburg.

Local favorites The Louisville Crashers will headline the  event.

“While we may not be able to help in the same way that the men and women of the police force, fire departments and paramedics can, we can definitely help by using our talents to help raise money for those in need,” the band posted on its Facebook event page. “The Crashers want to do everything we can to assist in the effort to rebuild not only shattered structures, but shattered lives.”

Admission will be $10 for adults, and $5 for kids 12 and under. There will be an area where concert-goers can drop off items for donation but the Clark County Red Cross has made it very clear that what they need more than anything is money.

Those wishing to volunteer in a non-musical capacity, can email

Proceeds from the show will go to the Clark County Red Cross. The artists are performing for free, staging, sound equipment and lighting will be donated. And everyone working at the event, in any capacity, will be doing so on a completely volunteer basis. Even the volunteers and performers will be paying the entrance fee.

The line up:

Stage 1 (Gym)

1 p.m. Parts Unknown

1:30 p.m. Flathead Screw

2 p.m. Rachel Timberlake

3 p.m. American Dream

3:30 p.m. Juice Box Heroes

4 p.m. Wayne Young Allstars

4:30 p.m. Jake & Elwood and the Boys

5 p.m. Endless Summer Band

5:45 p.m. The Rumors

6 p.m. The Louisville Crashers

Stage 2 (Aux. Gym)

1 p.m. Perry Crossing

1:20 p.m. Back Country

1:40 p.m. Audible Point

2 p.m. Pawnshop Guitar

2:20 p.m. Tarnations

2:40 p.m. Black Mudd

3:00 p.m. Louisville Brass & Electric

3:30 p.m. The MacDaddies

4 p.m. The Zellus

4:30 p.m. Second Day Romans

5 p.m. Horizontal Boogie Band

5:30 p.m. Uncle Fester

Stage 3 (Auditorium)

1 p.m. Nocturnal Youth

1:30 p.m. New Holiday

2 p.m. My Fake Hero

2:30 p.m. Beyond Doubt

3 p.m. Good Evening Miss

3:30 p.m. Back End of Tomorrow Featuring Holly Abbott

4 p.m. The Hitops

4:30 p.m. Under Construction

5 p.m. Shamble Kings

5:30 p.m. The Sequel

Stage 4 (Cafeteria)

1 p.m. David Broughton

1:30 p.m. Dave and Simon

2 p.m. Brian Elmore

2:30 p.m. Tom Haulter/Younger Than Noah

3 p.m. Josh and Holly

3:30 p.m. Water’s Edge

4 p.m. Aaron Crane/Stephanie Flores

4:30 p.m. CMN Acoustic Trio

5 p.m. The Ivory Spines

5:30 p.m. Jack Brizendine (of Jefferson TARC Bus)


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One Response to Sunday concert benefits tornado relief

  1. Mary Talmadge says:

    Please note, Preservation Utica is also holding a chili supper fundraiser for tornado relief on Sunday, 3/11 from noon to ???. The Hogtown Blues Band will be playing from 2pm to when it ends! Event being held in the Utica Community Center on 4th Street.

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