John McCutcheon Concert

John McCutcheon in Concert 

Sunday October 1, 2017    7:00-9:00 p.m.  
First Unitarian Society of Madison
All proceeds benefit Worker Justice

Buy your tickets today!  $25 general admission ($10 students)

Invite friends:  Share the Facebook event and Concert Flyer

Doors open at 6, in the Atrium Auditorium at First Unitarian Society, 900 University Bay Drive in Madison.

Don’t miss the only Wisconsin stop of the “Trolling for Dreams” tour!  John McCutcheon: six-time Grammy nominee, singer-songwriter, activist, dulcimer master, Wausau native. This is John’s 38th album, rooted in his style of traditional Appalachian instruments, rhythms, and storytelling –– with some new rock ballad influence.  Expect inspiration, entertainment, and beautiful music.

Thank you to our Sponsors!  (add your name – scroll for info)
Visionaries

Community Shares of WI
First Unitarian Society
Madison Labor Temple
Rebecca Krantz & Don Katz
WORT 89.9 FM

Organizers

Mary Bell
Madison Mennonite Church
Shaarei Shamayim
Sinsinawa Dominicans

Bridge Builders

Anna Biermeier & Roger Hanson
CWA WI Political Council
Doug & Sheri Keillor
Elizabeth & Gerald O’Brien
James Reeb Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Kurt Kobelt
Tom and Ann Merfeld

Activists

Ann McNeary
Bob Skloot
Craig Myrbo
IBEW Local 2304
Interfaith Worker Justice (national)
Sr. Marie Louise Seckar & Sr. Maureen McDonnell
Meg Skinner
Rev. Michael Schuler
Patricia Day
Paulette Harder

Sponsors receive tickets plus promotion here and at the concert.  In addition, Visionaries and Organizers will be added to the concert flyers and social media.   Please be sure to sponsor by Sept. 10 to be listed at the event.   Please pay for your sponsorship on our donation page, or mail a check to ICWJ, 1602 S. Park St. #116, Madison WI 53715.    

Visionaries: $1,000 – includes 8 tickets
Organizers: $500 – includes 4 tickets
Bridge Builders: $250 – includes 2 tickets
Activists: $100 – includes 1 ticket

Sponsor tickets will be available by check-in on the night of the event. Thank you!  Please email us with any questions.  Becky@workerjustice.org

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