This Sunday, December 6, The Elbow is set to rock out for a good cause as 1904 Music Hall plays host to the second-annual Scott T’s Holiday Jamboree. Get set for a night of food, drinks, music, and good times as we party to raise money for Community Hospice of Northeast Florida.
Doors open at 6pm, and attendees can expect some of the best food and drink Jacksonville has to offer, with Mellow Mushroom, Spliff’s Gastropub, Southern Roots Filling Station, and Bold City Brewery all in attendance. Starting at 7pm, some of Jacksonville’s most exciting local acts will hit the stage to provide entertainment, and raise some holiday cheer. In addition to sets by comedian Justin Blackburn and spoken word artist extraordinaire Eric JaMaal, the Jamboree will have live performances from Herd of Watts, MANẎFEST, and The Roses, who will be honoring the songbook of The Grateful Dead.
The event’s organizer, Scott Horowitz aka “Scott T”, hopes for the event to be a wonderful time to celebrate the lives of our loved ones, both here and gone. He was inspired to start this holiday tradition after his own father passed away in the care of Hospice.
The care Community Hospice provided for my own father at the end of his life allowed him to die in peace, with dignity, and with grace.
In lieu of a door charge, organizers are requesting a $20 donation to Community Hospice. No one will be turned away at the door if they’re unable to match the suggested donation, but all generosity is appreciated. The donation also gets you a raffle ticket and the chance to win some great prizes from some amazing local businesses, including Wyldwick Candles, Kudos Massage Therapy, Bliss Yoga Shala, and Sun Ray Cinema. Also up for grabs are works by local artists Brian Barnard and Stefani Hosch. Additional raffle tickets will be available for purchase, with proceeds also supporting Community Hospice.
So clear your calendars for this Sunday and come help The Elbow throw down for charity. With local music, food, and craft beer at the ready, we’re doing this one big for Jacksonville. Best of all, it’s all to support local charity! Oh, and make sure to rock your Sunday best. There’s going to be a professional photographer on hand documenting this legendary night. Who knows, you might even wind up on our website!
Sunday, December 6, 2015
1904 Music Hall
Doors at 6pm
Music at 7pm