OCTOBER 10, 2017
50 ANDERSON AVENUE ROCHESTER NY 14607
PORTION OF PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE CENTER FOR YOUTH
If you are a person who loves perky small talk with strangers at holiday parties, this concert may not be for you. If, however, you find beauty in imperfections, regrets, hard-learned lessons, and hope, join us for this edition of Honest Folk and a rare opportunity to see Sean Rowe, live at Restaurant Good Luck, on October 10th. His massive, baritone voice is as deep and complex as his lyrics, which explore the fragility of personal relationships and the wisdom of the natural world as if cell phones and cars don’t exist. His song, “To Leave Something Behind” was featured in Ben Affleck’s film The Accountant and he has performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live and NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts. In addition to being a musician, Rowe is wilderness survivalist who teaches foraging skills to kids. Prepare for more than a music performance; prepare for a re-humanizing experience. Doors open at 6.
As always, a portion of your generous purchase will go to support
The Center for Youth right here in town.
When the founders, chefs, and bartenders of Good Luck opened their doors in 2008, they changed the conversation about dining in Rochester. For nearly a decade, we’ve loved watching the food and drinks get made in their beautiful Anderson Avenue space as much as we’ve enjoyed tasting them (well, almost). Honest Folk is thrilled to present Jeffrey Martin & Anna Tivel, and their music in a venue that means so much to us and to this city. We can’t wait to see you there.
50 Anderson Ave, Rochester, NY 14607
Restaurant Good Luck
50 Anderson Ave
Tuesday October 10, 2017
Doors & food trucks: 6PM
THE CENTER FOR YOUTH
The Center for Youth believes that young people, given information and support, want to and can make their own positive life choices. We couldn’t agree more. Started by kids for kids, The Center for Youth provides comprehensive programs and services—from prevention education and counseling to emergency shelter and youth development opportunities. A portion of your ticket purchase to our May 18, 2017 show will go directly to support The Center for Youth.