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Prince tribute to benefit Atlanta soup kitchen
Local bands will perform the songs of Prince at the Star Bar on Friday June 12th with proceeds to benefit St. Francis' Table, a downtown Atlanta soup kitchen. Doors will open at 9 PM.
By: Somegirl Productions
Conceived as a way to have fun celebrating the music of Prince while raising awareness
that hunger is a year-long concern for many, the "Baby I'm A Star" benefit is a collaboration between Pop Death Squad - an Atlanta collective of good-time facilitators otherwise known as Luis Sandoval, Wes Hoffman and Jonathan Baker - and local musician Tami Stanko.
Why Prince and why now? "Especially in these times, I felt it was important to do a sort of Christmas-in-
Started over 20 years ago to address the lack of food for the hungry available on Saturdays, St. Francis' Table now feeds over 500 persons each Saturday. Several organizations including church groups, college and high school students and volunteers from companies participate in preparing and serving the food.
Funded through private personal and grant donations, St. Francis' Table does not receive funding from the church it is located in nor from the Archdiocese. A food pantry is also available for the hungry via written referral several days during the week.
Baby I'm A Star - A Tribute To Prince
Friday June 12, 2009
9 PM doors
437 Moreland Ave
Atlanta, GA 30307