Wednesday, April 23, 2014
A Change of Frequency - May 2nd
We are pleased to be a part of "A Change of Frequency," a benefit for Mental Health Canada. May 2nd at Chapel Arts (304 Dunlevy Ave, Vancouver) featuring nine different musical acts including Combine the Victorious, Guilty About Girls and long time friends Sex With Strangers. SWS front man Hatch Benedict will also be acting as MC for the night's festivities and with additional guests such as Jody Quine, We Found a Lovebird and;Muthafunkers, it should be a great night of music all for a very good cause.
Last year's benefit managed to raise over $5000 for Mental Health Canada, and we hope this year will prove just as successful.
A Change of Frequency is the heartfelt project of Minna Simko, widow of Todd Simko who took his life back in 2012. The benefit is intended to raise awareness of mental health issues, as well as spread the love of music. This will be its second year.
Thanks must go to Robert Edmonds of Evoke Designs for his excellent poster art once again.