Stand Against HB2 to Feature Over 30 Bands and Musicians

by staff

Sunday, June 26 will find over 30 North Carolina bands and musicians taking the stage in the Millennium Center to “Stand Against HB2”. The fundraiser concert is the second such event in North Carolina, the first of which was a sold out concert at the Haw River Ballroom on May 15th.

The event will be raising funds for Equality NC, and 100% of proceeds on the night will go to fund the fight against North Carolina’s discriminatory law HB2 and support LGBTQ youth.

Stand Against HB2 Winston-Salem is a ticketed event, with tickets available at the door for $20 or online in advance for $15. The lineup features a host of favorite local bands and artists in addition to some from across North Carolina. The schedule is as follows (all times approximate):

stand against hb2Noon – Welcome
12:05 – Orlando Parker Jr.
12:25 – Henbrain
12:50 – OG Merge
1:10 – Dan River Girls
1:25 – Bruce Piephoff & Scott Sawyer
1:50 – Gate City Divas
2:10 – David Burney & Steve Eisenstadt
2:30 – Rod Abernethy
2:50 – Robert Kirkland
3:15 – Near Strangers
3:35 – Chris Stamey
4:00 – Peter Holsapple and the Forryst Bruthers
4:30 – John Howie Jr.
4:55 – Laurelyn Dossett and Friends
5:20 – Sarah Shook
5:40 – Kenny Roby
6:00 – Tres Chicas
6:20 – Someone’s Sister
6:40 – Jessica Mashburn and Evan Olson
7:00 – Lemon Sparks with Michael Slawter
7:25 – Jon Lindsay
7:50 – Little Diesel
8:20 – The Luxuriant Sedans
8:50 – Jeffrey Dean Foster and the Birds of Prey
9:20 – Bus Stop with Mark Kano
9:45 – Molly McGinn and Quilla
10:10 – The Camel City Collective
10:30 – Tange Lomax
10:55 – Totally Slow
11:15 – Doug Davis and Solid Citizens
11:45 – Foxture
12:10am – Spirit System

 

To purchase advance tickets, click HERE

The Millennium Center is located at 101 W 5th St, in Downtown Winston-Salem