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Stand Against HB2 - North Carolina Musicians United For EqualityNC and QORDS - Haw River Ballroom May 15

Tomorrow's a big day for North Carolina musicians as we raise our voices against HB2 and in support of EqualityNC and QORDS at Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw. 100% of ticket sales will go to these important organizations to help their fight against this harmful and hateful law and their direct work with queer youth and music. 

Here is the vast list of performers and their approximate times. 

12:00 Opening Remarks
12:15 Brett Harris
12:40 Members of MIPSO
1:05 Johnny Folsom 4
1:30 Joe Newberry & Laurelyn Dossett
1:55 OG Merge
2:20 Jeffrey Dean Foster
2:45 Sarah Shook and the Disarmers
3:10 Tres Chicas
3:50 John Howie, Jr. and the Rosewood Bluff
4:20 The dB's
4:45 Jon Heames & His Secret Surprise
5:05 Yeaux Katz
5:30 The Love Language
5:55 Robert Kirkland & Rod Abernethy
6:30 Henbrain
6:55 Someone's Sister
7:25 shirlette ammons
7:50 The Backsliders
8:15 The Veldt
8:40 The Connells
9:05 Jon Lindsay
9:30 Southern Culture on the Skids

Please come and support this effort. Despite the show being sold out, there will be opportunities for people coming later in the day to purchase wristbands that have been turned in by attendees who are departing early.


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