Punk-Rock Benefit Show In Everett Friday Night

October 4, 2017

Events in Everett

Renee

The show is this Friday night at the Anchor Pub on Hewitt.

An eclectic group of musicians including Jude Noah and his father Tim are playing a benefit show at the Anchor Pub on Hewitt Friday night to help a woman battling an extremely rare disease.

This is a fundraiser for Renee Swetz, a teacher, community member, mom and grandma that has been affected by a very rare disease called Multicentric Reticulohistiocytosis.

Treatment costs are thousands, and their insurance has not been adequate in providing her care. Join us in raising money for a family in dire need that has given their entire lives to our community.

Donations and proceeds go to:
https://www.gofundme.com/ReneesFightWithARareDisease

Lineup:
Question? No Answer!
https://questionnoanswer.bandcamp.com/releases

Clothing Optional
https://clothingoptional.bandcamp.com/

Jude and Tim Noah: Father and Son special set

John, Emie, Kayli and Kelsi Goodwin (and guests)
https://www.bandmix.com/kmesr9/
TBD

Doors 8 p.m., music at 9 p.m.
The Anchor Pub
1001 Hewitt Ave, Everett, WA 98201
All ages until 11 p.m.

Although this event is free to the public, we ask that you donate to the family’s GoFundMe either online, or at the door.


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