Carols By Candlelight

Event details

When: Wednesday, November 28th
Where: 3rd & Lindsley Nashville

Showtime is 7:30pm. Special guests will also perform, including Seals and Crofts II. General Admission tickets are $25 and VIP tickets are $100.


Press Release

Nashville, TN (October 24, 2018) – Foster care organization Monroe Harding is partnering again this year with Little River Band for “Carols by Candlelight”, a holiday benefit concert on Wednesday, November 28th at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville. Showtime is 7:30pm. Special guest will also perform, including Seals and Crofts II. General Admission tickets are $25 and VIP tickets are $100.

Known for hits like “Cool Change”, “Lonesome Loser” and “Reminiscing,” Little River Band has staged its Carols by Candlelight concerts in numerous cities for more than a decade. This is the second year for the Nashville event. All proceeds from the concert will benefit Monroe Harding and their programs for children and young adults in foster care.

“Last year’s concert was such an amazing event and we are thrilled that Little River Band has again chosen Monroe Harding as their community partner for Carols by Candlelight,” said Sarah Brock, Monroe Harding’s Marketing & Community Relations Manager. “The holidays can be a particularly difficult time for children in foster care and we appreciate Little River Band raising funds and awareness for Monroe Harding’s programs and celebrating the spirit of the children and youth we serve with beautiful music.”

Little River Band’s lead singer Wayne Nelson said, “We are honored to work with Monroe Harding again this holiday season and support their efforts on behalf of foster children and families all across Middle Tennessee. Family ties are important 365 days a year, but Thanksgiving and Christmas are such special days for kids to feel loved and secure. It’s always a pleasure to use our voices and sing for them.”

Celebrating their 125th anniversary, Monroe Harding has continually adapted to meet the needs of more than 16,000 children and youth in Tennessee who have been abused, abandoned or neglected. They provide services to children currently in foster care, and to those who have aged out and still need support and guidance toward independence.

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For more Little River Band information, please contact:
Donna Nolan-Wilson
ITS Promotions



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