The Columbus Cooperative is excited to announce Revival Too!, a second night of celebration for the reopening of the Columbus Theatre, headlined by the Low Anthem.
Due to the overwhelming response to Revival!, which sold out more than two weeks in advance, this intimate evening of music at the Columbus Upstairs has been scheduled for Sunday, November 18th. Half of profits from the evening will once again benefit ATRAVES, a Providence-based nonprofit working for education, health, and development in Nicaragua.
Doors open at 6PM and music will begin at 7PM. The night will feature:
- The Low Anthem
- Last Good Tooth
- The Silks
- Rachel Jorgensen
- Sean Kennedy
With food by Julians and drink by Revival Brewing Company, the Rhode Island Brewers Guild, and Elevated Spirits.
Revival Too! is generously sponsored by Julians; Revival Brewing Company, the Rhode Island Brewers Guild, and Elevated Spirits; Supply & Demand Music; Mirror Image; Armory Revival Company and Rising Sun Mills; and the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame.
Seating is general admission and EXTREMELY LIMITED.
Archives For Columbus Theater
From their website:
Saturday, November 17
Doors at 6:00PM. Music begins at 7:00PM.
Tickets available here.
Columbus Main Stage lineup: The Low Anthem, Brown Bird
Columbus Upstairs lineup: Roz Raskin and the Rice Cakes, Alec K Redfearn and the Eyesores, Sugar Honey Iced Tea, Keith McCurdy
Food trucks by Julians and Nice Slice will be parked outside the Theatre entrance on 270 Broadway throughout the evening.
The Columbus Cooperative, a volunteer-run organization dedicated to working in tandem with the Theatre’s owner, Jon Berberian, to produce and present high-quality programming and restore the Theatre to cultural prominence in the community, is pleased to present Revival!, an all-ages celebration of the reopening of Providence’s historic Columbus Theatre.
Fifty percent of profits from Revival! will be donated to ATRAVES (pronounced “ah-trah-VASE”), an organization dedicated improving quality of life in Barrio Camilo Ortega, an impoverished neighborhood in Managua, Nicaragua. Proceeds from the event will support an elementary school that serves 250 children who have no other access to education, as well as health and development programs. ATRAVES organizes volunteer trips for youth, students, and professionals from Rhode Island and nationally, and welcomes inquiries from individuals and groups.
Revival! marks the first evening of programming by the Columbus Cooperative, who will work in the coming months to build an in-house programming presence at the Theatre. Beginning in 2013, the Columbus Theatre will also be available for rental by community groups and for private functions. For more information on rental and booking, interested parties may email.
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