The Avett Brothers will headline a Nov. 13 Concert for Hurricane Florence Relief at Minges Coliseum in Greenville, N.C., to assist these affected by the devastating September storm.
The group can be joined by two different bands with ties to Eastern North Carolina: Future Islands and Valient Thorr. Tickets for the present -- $65 higher degree, $75 decrease degree -- will go on sale on Oct. 12 right here.
"We are honored by the chance to contribute to our mates and neighbors affected by Hurricane Florence," stated Seth Avett in a press release saying the gig. "We hope this efficiency not solely supplies some monetary aid for victims of the storm, but additionally is an event to have a good time the resilience of the folks of North Carolina. We can’t wait to return to the jap a part of the state!"
Proceeds from the live performance can be donated to the survivors of the storm, which killed 53 folks in 4 states, resulted within the loss of life of greater than three.four million chickens and turkeys and unleashed greater than 5 million gallons of handled wastewater into the Cape Fear River, in addition to 1000's of yards of poisonous coal ash into native rivers. Property harm from the hurricane is anticipated to high $17 billion.
"It’s an honor to have the ability to contribute our services and the abilities of our workers to assist elevate funds for Hurricane Florence victims," stated ECU Chancellor Cecil Staton in a press release. "We are so grateful to The Avett Brothers for his or her willingness to do that for our area of the state. We are notably proud to be welcoming certainly one of our personal, Scott Avett and different ECU Alumni, again to campus. We are happy with Scott’s unbelievable profession and accomplishments and gratified he and others are prepared to do that present at ECU for hurricane aid efforts."