Of course, the money will go to a great cause, with the goal of these events to be raising funds and awareness to combat opioid addiction through a wide array of projects and programs from youth prevention, healthy lifestyles and wellness to recovery houses and recovery to work.
The caption provides more details on tomorrow nights event:
“Join us April 28th at 8pm EST to enjoy the music of Tyler Childers, Arlo McKinley & Jeremy Pinnell along with voices from Hope In The Hills Board & those on the frontlines of recovery.
The music festival season will soon be in full bloom. We’re stoked to have our in-person Healing Appalachia concert on Sept. 23-24 fully booked.
To whet your appetites, we’ve put together a fun and intimate springstream, ‘An Evening With Healing Appalachia,’ set to roll at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 28 on Mandolin.
This freshly recorded stream features RCA Recording Artist Tyler Childers and his band lighting a honky tonk flame in the studio, there’s also new songs and ace sets from Oh Boy Records artist Arlo McKinley and fellow Cincinnati native Jeremy Pinnell.
We’ve also got interviews with board members and the head of Recovery Point West Virginia, (@recoverypointwv) the leading recovery house organization in WV.
This is a completely free stream with a suggested donation of $10 available through Mandolin.”