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Thursday, November 28, 2013

Friday To-Do: War(m) Chief

Posted By on Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 8:19 AM

War Chief plays at Stickyz Friday.
  • War Chief plays at Stickyz Friday.


WAR(M) CHIEF
9 p.m. Stickyz. $6 or a donation.


'Tis the season for benefit concerts. It's around this time of year that several local bands and venues give back to the community. This week sees the second annual War(m) Chief coat drive, benefitting The One Inc., a volunteer-run charity whose mission is "to identify and meet needs of our homeless and/or impoverished neighbors that are not currently being met."

It's been uncomfortably cold outside as of late. Now just imagine how cold it must be for someone who doesn't have anywhere to go. So go open up your closet or get up into the attic and gather up those old coats you don't wear anymore, or maybe that tent you used once or that older but still serviceable sleeping bag and bring it to this show.

You'll get in for free to see War Chief and headliners The London Souls, and you'll also help replenish the stockpile of warm items dispersed to homeless folks via The Van.

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