Annual Free Flow Festival takes place August 9, 6pm-11pm at St. Andrew’s Hall, Detroit
The third annual Free Flow Festival 2019 event will be at St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit on Friday, August 9, 2019. Doors will open at 6 pm, and the event is open to all ages.
Free Flow Festival is a non-profit fundraising event with 100% of ticket proceeds benefiting 501(c)(3) charitable organizations working to fight human trafficking and aide adult female survivors in SE Michigan, including:
The concert will showcase emerging local and regional independent musical acts. Those scheduled to appear are promoting recent record releases and include:
Brother Son (https://www.facebook.com/brothersonofficial)
Stay Outside (Indianapolis, http://www.westayoutside.com)
Drinkard Sisters (https://www.facebook.com/drinkardsisters)
Olivia Millerschin (http://oliviamillerschin.com)
Kat Steih (https://www.facebook.com/kat.steih)
Tickets are available as of 10am, July 17 through ticketmaster.com. livenation.com, at the St. Andrew’s box office (no fee), and by calling (800)745-3000. Costs are $15. in advance, and $20. at the door.
Free Flow Festival is presented by Gifts of Grace, a street outreach program delivering resources and assistance to sex-trafficked women.
WHO: Independent Musical Acts – Brother Son, Drinkard Sisters, Stay Outside (Indianapolis), Chirp (Ypsilianti), Olivia Millerschin, Kat Steih
WHAT: Free Flow Festival – Charity Concert Event for Local Trafficking Survivors
WHEN: Friday, August 9th, 2019, 6pm Doors
WHERE: St. Andrews Hall 431 E Congress St, Detroit, MI 48226
WHY: Fundraiser for SE Michigan-based 501(c)3 Charities fighting human trafficking and offering support and resources for survivors
INFORMATION and UPDATES: http://freeflowdetroit.org