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A Benefit for BayKids with Moonalice

On August 18, 2011, in Events, by Dire Wolf

LEGENDARY MUSIC for a LEGENDARY CAUSE!

Moonalice Benefit promo poster by Alexandra Fischer

Moonalice at Slim’s San Francisco
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 8pm

Come support the San Francisco based non-profit, BayKids! Join us for a night of music and fun with the popular band Moonalice. BayKids empowers children facing serious medical challenges to express themselves through the art and magic of film-making. Moonalice is a rising star in the musical world whose members are committed to the communal experience of music. Put them both together and you get the most legendary event you will ever experience!

In addition to the music, there will be a Silent Auction. Proceeds will help BayKids to continue its work in support of hospitalized children.

Silent Auction Items

A special VIP ticket includes a complimentary drink upon arrival, private upstairs area for the entire event, a great view of the stage and signed poster from the band.

Buy Tickets

Every person that attends this event will receive a FREE poster!

 

About BayKids

BayKids empowers children facing serious medical challenges to express themselves through the art and magic of filmmaking. They are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of hospitalized children by teaching them a wide range of moviemaking skills and helping them discover the power of self-expression.

BayKids has evolved to focus its multimedia expertise on serving children in the Bay Area facing medical challenges. Working in partnership with Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland and UCSF Children’s Hospital, our digital filmmaking programs provide kids with the opportunity to explore their creativity while learning filmmaking, teamwork and leadership skills. As of July 2009, BayKids has helped over 5,000 children and their families get through cancer and other medical conditions.

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