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Roots of Peace Holiday Benefit Concert with Dave Jenkins of Pablo Cruise & Jaime Kyle

Presented by Roots of Peace at Fenix, San Rafael CA

Dec 04 2016
Roots of Peace Holiday Benefit Concert with Dave Jenkins of Pablo Cruise & Jaime Kyle

Dave Jenkins of Pablo Cruise and award-winning singer-songwriter Jaime Kyle debut the song “Grace” at the Roots of Peace Holiday Benefit Concert at Fenix in San Rafael.

Witness the glorious return of award-winning Nashville singer-songwriter Jaime Kyle as she debuts the Roots of Peace song, “Grace,” and co-headlines with Pablo Cruise’s lead guitarist, Dave Jenkins, for one night only! Join us for an evening of memorable food and magical music, all in aid of Roots of Peace—a nonprofit organization helping transform war-torn minefields into fruitful farmland.

The ticket price includes a three-course meal paired with wine. Additional donation rates include $250, $500, and $1,000 and are tax deductible.

So come eat, drink, rock, and be merry—all for a great cause.

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About Roots of Peace

Roots of Peace helps transform war zone minefields into fruitful farmland. Landmines and other munitions contaminate many post-conflict countries and are often detonated by unsuspecting farmers or children. Roots of Peace works with local governments and partners to safely remove leftover munitions and return the land to arability.

Learn more about Roots of Peace by visiting their website.

ADMISSION INFO

Date: Sunday, December 4, 2016

Time: 6:00-11:00pm

Ticket price: $150 (includes 3-course dinner with wine pairings)

Additional donations welcomed, which are tax deductible.

Purchase tickets here: https://rootsofpeace.org/ticket-sales

 

Contact: 415-455-8008

Email: Guillermo.Valadez@rootsofpeace.org

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LOCATION

Fenix

919 4th St, San Rafael, CA 94901

PARKING INFO

Aside from the many street-side parking spaces, there are 3 parking lots / garages within one to two blocks of the venue. There is a two story large parking structure behind the Fenix. If you can’t find a space there, seek out the lot at Lootens Place and fifth street (1-1/2 blocks away) and the multi floor lot at A and third streets (2 blocks away).

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