Nashville based Heavy Pedal Productions joins New Orleans’ Dirty Coast, the iconic NOLA-themed apparel company, in raising money for “The Bayou Fund” to directly help the residents of one of the hardest hit areas of Louisiana, Terrebonne Parish.
“As a former New Orleanian who lived through Hurricane Katrina it’s been really tough to watch not one, but two major hurricanes devastate my home state in the past year and a half,” said Alex Morgan of Heavy Pedal Productions. “Thankfully we live in a city full of musicians and artists who share a connection to city of New Orleans, the people of Louisiana and their culture and music who want to do what they can to help.”
100% of the profits from ticket sales will go to support the important work being done in Terrebonne Parish via the The Bayou Fund (www.bayoufund.org). Based in Chauvin, LA, longtime social workers and directors for the fund Johnathan Foret and Reagan Creppel are working with Dirk Guidry on the ground now to get direct relief into the hands of those who desperately need it.
This one night only special event at Nashville’s historic Exit/In this Tuesday at 8pm with local favorites Natchez Tracers followed by sets of music from Gyasi and Joey Fletcher Band with Lady Couch with special guest Steve Gorman closing out the night.
Tickets can be purchased here
$12.50 (Advance)/$15 (Day Of Show)
8 PM – 11 PM.
COVID 19 Policies:
All guests will require proof of vaccination or a negative test within 48 hours.