Stone Free! The Swinging Psychedelic 60s Antislavery Show

Stone Free! The Swinging Psychedelic 60s Antislavery Show

Performance: September 22, Saturday @ 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Tickets: $16 for adults and $8 for children (under 12) ONLINE

Join Northwest musicians as they pay tribute to the 60s and raise funds to help end human slavery at Stone Free! The Swinging, Psychedelic 60s Antislavery Show.

Featuring The Excellos, The Peter Spencer Experience, Jef Jaisun, and The Jerry Miller Band. Read MORE

Virtuoso guitarist, songwriter, and singer Jerry Miller of legendary San Francisco 60s group Moby Grape will join three other musical acts for an evening of liberating music from the swinging, psychedelic 1960s. Join these renowned Northwest musicians on Saturday, September 22 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at Bainbridge Performing Arts as they pay tribute to the 60s and raise funds to help end human slavery. Food, wine, and beer will be served by Salmon Canyon Café. All proceeds will go to the International Justice Mission, a human-rights agency that rescues victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. Four musical acts, suitable for all ages. Learn more.

Pictured: Jerry Miller; Photo: Michael Brunk

Stone Free! The Swinging Psychedelic 60s Antislavery Show

Ticket Information

  • Adults - $16.00

  • Senior, Youth, Students, Military, Teachers - $8.00

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