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The Head and The Heart have announced the return of their annual benefit concert, which supports Seattle-area music programs. The impending event will occur in the group’s hometown on November 3 at Showbox. This will be the second year in a row they will perform at the intimate venue. All the proceeds from the concert will benefit the Rivers and Roads Foundation.
River and Roads Foundation’s goal is to raise money for music programs based in Seattle. After their concert at the Showbox last year, the band raised over $100,000 for their cause, which goes to programs focusing on mental health resources and support for musicians and a move to make music education more equitable and accessible.
The Head and The Heart also announced a scavenger hunt for fans to find tickets to the upcoming show, an interactive activity they also did for their show last year. The tickets will be disseminated around local businesses in Seattle and the hunt will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 4
The aforementioned concert is on the heels of a busy year for the indie band, including tour dates with Father John Misty and The Revivalists and festival slots later in the year. To learn more about the band’s impending tour dates, visit their official website.
Tickets for the benefit concert go on sale Friday, Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. P.T., and can be accessed here.