Ferncliff Manor

Tree of Life

TREE OF LIFE 2020 BENEFIT CONCERT

Top Bay Area bands Midnight North, Colonel & the Mermaids and Cosmic Twang jam on February 29th to benefit the autistic community

On Saturday, February 29th, the 9th Tree of Life benefit show will take place at the legendary Westchester County venue, Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre. It is anticipated that 250 people will be in attendance to witness a stellar bill of top artists from the jam band, Americana, and psychedelic music worlds, many of whom are staples on the Bay Area music scene.

The evening will feature FIVE sets performed by spectacular bands: a preshow with the eponymous Tree of Life Band followed by Midnight North, Colonel & the Mermaids, Cosmic Twang, and a Tree of Life all-in jam as the finale. The artists performing include: Grahame Lesh, Elliott Peck, Ross James, Alex Koford, Scott Law, Hayley Jane, Rachel Ana Dobken, DeShawn Alexander and many others heavy hitters. This is a rare opportunity to see so much talent creating a unique evening of music together on stage.

A limited amount of VIP tickets will be offered at $150. This includes early entry at 6pm, a VIP pre-show from 6-7:30pm and a poster signed by the artists.
GA tickets: $65.
GA doors: 7:30pm /Show at 8pm.

The event will also feature a silent auction with many coveted items including concert ticket packages, a signed guitar, and a wide array of fine art photography donated by renowned rock-and-roll artists and photographers.

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Supporting Ferncliff Manor

Through our Tree of Life project, we are invested in the self-development and personal fulfillment of people with disabilities by providing them vocational training and exposure in a live music setting, while raising critical funds to build upon the program and broaden its reach.

Established in 2014, our Tree of Life project began as an annual live music event which supported the continued needs of our students, facility and curriculum. Thanks to overwhelming enthusiasm, today, the project is designated to fund vocational training and opportunities for those we serve in addition to the establishment of a live event venue which will exist to support housing and employment for adults with developmental disabilities here in Westchester County. The project is made possible by income raised from each Tree of Life benefit we produce.

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