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Night Two: Nuggets Night
June 2, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Saturday , June 2
Doors open at 7:00 Music Starts at 8:00
VIP $60 LIMITED TO 20 VIP TICKETS
VIPs receive these fine, refined finds:
*Meet and greet with Love Revisited (Saturday, June 2)
*Reserved balcony seating
*Nuggets Night 2018 poster (designed by Vikki Vaden of WFMU RocknSoul Ichiban!)
*Goodie bag full of treats donated by bands and sponsors
*Admission to Something Weird movie (June 3, 6PM Hollywood Theater)
ABOUT LOVE REVISITED
Celebrating the music of Arthur Lee and Love, Love Revisited features Love’s original lead guitar player and founding member Johnny Echols performing with Baby Lemonade, Arthur Lee’s touring band from 1993 – 2006. They will be performing Love’s seminal album “Forever Changes” in its entirety plus many cherished songs from the Love catalog.
ABOUT NUGGETS NIGHT
Nuggets Night is an annual fundraising event paying tribute to lost gems of ’60s garage, psych and beyond to benefit music-related nonprofits in Portland, Oregon. It features Portland bands performing covers of lost nuggets for the ‘60s and headlining acts of the era. Launched in 2007, Nuggets Night has become a beloved annual event based on generosity, community, and the desire to celebrate some of the most revolutionary music ever created. Past beneficiaries include the Portland School of Rock, Ethos Music School, Artist Mentorship Program, the Jeremy Wilson Foundation, Oregon Music Hall of Fame Scholarship Fund, Rock and Roll Camp for Girls, and KISN 95.1 FM.
ABOUT THE QUEER ROCK CAMP PORTLAND
Queer Rock Camp Portland (QRC PDX) is an annual weekly summer camp that seeks to engage LGBTQ youth ages 12-23 in musical self-expression. QRC PDX amplifies the voices of LGBTQ youth and strives to create a foundation for young people to engage in intergenerational connection; peer alliance and youth-generated empowerment; and self-expression and community building through musical performance. Most of all QRC PDX believes in working collaboratively to create a safer space for young people to express themselves, claim their voices, and have fun.