Cape May Cares Benefit for Victims of Hurricane Sandy
CAPE MAY – Hurricane Sandy struck a glancing blow to the Cape May area, but many parts of New Jersey were hit hard and need help. You can play a role in the recovery and have an unforgettable night out at the fundraiser on Nov. 17, at 8 p.m. The concert will take place at Cape May Convention Hall, 714 Beach Avenue.
Three musical groups with strong links to the area will perform an exciting set list that brings together big band, rock, pop, and dance music. The Fred Hall Orchestra’s sophisticated style lures even the most reluctant dancers to the floor. For a lively change of pace, local favorite Twelve:01 kicks the night up a notch with its original power rock/pop music with an acoustic edge. And Red Mare, a collaboration of seasoned musicians with many Cape May ties, brings a fresh take to old favorites and new picks from the songbooks of some of your favorite artists.
The spacious dance floor will be open, with elegant cabaret seating and a cash bar with beer and wine hosted by Carney’s of Cape May. Sound is provided compliments of ACIR Professional, a complete audio system solutions company.
Best of all, proceeds from the Cape May Cares: Stompin’ Hurricane Sandy benefit concert go to the direct relief of Hurricane Sandy victims here in New Jersey. So you’ll have a great time and know you’re lending a hand to people who need it.
Tickets are available for $20 the night of the benefit at Cape May Convention Hall. If you plan to pay be check, make it payable to the Kiwanis NJ Foundation. For more information, call (855) 708-9699 or (609) 884-9563 .