A Night of Sweet Relief is Tomorrow! A Portion of Every Ticket Sold Goes to a Great Cause!

Oct. 14, 2011


Sweet Relief has partnered with venues, promoters, ticketing companies, artists and artist management in designating one evening of live music performances per year as a part of “Night of Sweet Relief” to assist our nation’s suffering career musical artists. This is a night to get off the couch, away from the TV, movie or video game and into the excitement of live entertainment! Listening to music is great, but seeing the artists perform live, playing right in front you on stage is an experience you never forget.

All YOU have to do is either:

1) Buy some tickets on October 15th! On Ticketfly or over the phone at 877-4-FLY-TIX
2) Attend a Sweet Relief Event at one of these participating venues.


On Saturday, October 15th 2011 hundreds of live music events taking place in arenas, theaters, clubs and bars can participate in supporting this cause by building in a $1 donation component to their ticket price or door cover charge. Ticketfly will be donating a portion of EVERY ticket sold online and via phone all day! We are very excited to be a part of such a wonderful event that supports both musicians and live music. We can’t think of a better reason to get out of the house and see a show!

Plus, a few select Ticketfly clients have kindly agreed to MATCH our donation. So if you buy on Ticketfly for any of these venues, you’ll be donating double the normal amount. Here are those generous folks!

SBL Entertainment
Brooklyn Bowl
Johnny Brenda’s
Warren Miller Entertainment
Double Door
The Green Room, Flagstaff
R5 Productions
Union Transfer
The Independent

Sweet Relief Musicians Fund

Established in 1994, Sweet Relief has raised and distributed millions of dollars to pay for medical costs, housing, food and other vital expenses of ill, disabled and elder musicians, singers, composers and arrangers.
In 2010, Sweet Relief had one of the most outstanding effectiveness ratios of any entertainment charity with 91 cents of every dollar going directly to assist musicians in need.

Greater than 70% of professional musicians do not have health insurance.
A generation of musicians is reaching elder years with minimal social security benefits and no industry safety net.

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