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Saturday: Kingsdown Toys for Tots Christmas Party

Posted By on Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 7:59 AM

click to enlarge Kingsdown's Toys for Tots Christmas Party is Saturday at Revolution.
  • Kingsdown's Toys for Tots Christmas Party is Saturday at Revolution.

KINGSDOWN TOYS FOR TOTS CHRISTMAS PARTY
8:30 p.m. Revolution. $5 and a toy or $10.


Man, outside of the realm of utter tragedy there's just not a whole lot that's sadder than the thought of a little boy or girl not getting a Christmas present. How many bow-tied, wrapping-paper covered packages did you tear through as a kid without a second thought? Can you imagine not getting a single one just because things are tough for your folks and they straight-up can't afford it? That's why Toys For Tots exists, to try to make sure that every child has something to look forward to on Christmas.

The guys in Kingsdown have done a Toys For Tots benefit for the last five years. So make sure and bring a new, unwrapped toy or, heck, bring two or three. If it could make one little kid's Christmas a little happier it'd be worth it. Plus there's the rock music for you to enjoy, which will include Kingsdown, natch, as well as Stereo Down, students from the House of Melody music school in Sherwood and Nashville rockers Advocate. It's an all-ages show.

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