Great music, a great cause, and a Great Highway. What could be better? How about a great venue, a great lineup, great food and drinks? That’s seven greats folks — and there will probably be even more, all at Bottom of the Hill on Saturday, November 2.
Panic is Perfect will headline with Great Highway batting second and The Minnesota Child opening the show. 100% of the proceeds go to the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, to raise money for cancer awareness, research, and funding for patients.
Vocalist/bassist/saxophonist Jason Hunter of synthpop band Great Highway is a two-time lymphoma survivor who saw an opportunity to put together “a night of storytelling through music, featuring artists with a profound connection to cancer.” As the event took shape, it became a party. “We’ll dance, we’ll sing, we’ll celebrate life, and we’ll raise money for a great and important cause,” Hunter says.