Last updated on August 18th, 2023 at 02:22 pm
Proceeds from Music 4 Shelter will support Simpson’s shelter and housing programs.
August 10, 2023, MINNEAPOLIS, MN: Music 4 Shelter, a concert benefit for nonprofit Simpson Housing Services, returns to The Fillmore Minneapolis on October 6. Legendary Minnesota band The Suburbs headline the show with award-winning and upcoming artists Nur-D, Lady Midnight, and DJ Sophia Eris. Comedian, artist, and emcee Miss Shannan will host.
The evening includes live music, dancing, and an online auction that is accessible for those not able to attend the concert. Auction items will include exciting music and experience packages such as Doom Tree Records collection and memorabilia, cooking classes from local chef Beth Dooley, and several sports tickets from the Vikings, Timberwolves, Wild, and Minnesota United FC.
Tickets come in a range of prices and experiences for every fan:
- All-Access Pass tickets: $125 per person. Includes performances by all musical acts; four complimentary beverages; and hors d’oeuvres by CRAVE.
- General Admission tickets: $50 per person. Includes performances by The Suburbs, Nur-D, and DJ Sophia Eris; two complimentary beverages; and snacks.
- Nur-D Party Pass: $35 per person. Includes performances by Nur-D and DJ Sophia Eris; one complimentary beverage; and snacks.
Music 4 Shelter began three years ago when Simpson Board Member Audra Williams found that her love for music and art aligns with Simpson Housing Services’ work to end homelessness. “Everyone deserves a place to call home,” Audra says. “Music 4 Shelter marries my passion for music with raising awareness and giving back to our community.”
To purchase tickets, please visit music4shelter.org. All are welcome to attend this unique fundraiser.
About Simpson Housing Services | www.simpsonhousing.org
All proceeds from Music 4 Shelter benefit Simpson Housing Services’ shelter and housing programs. For over 40 years, Simpson Housing Services has worked with people experiencing and transitioning out of homelessness. Key programs include an extended-stay shelter, supportive housing programs for youth, single adults, and families, and developmental and educational services for children. Simpson annually supports 2,000 people, including 300 families with 650 children.