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Annual Bluebird in the Boro: A Benefit for Alive Hospice Returns to Mayday Feb. 29–March 2

The Bluebird Cafe experience is coming back to the heart of Murfreesboro, Feb. 29–March 2. Tickets are on sale for the 3rd annual Bluebird in the Boro: A Benefit for Alive Hospice, a three-night concert series held at Mayday Brewery benefiting the nonprofit Alive Hospice.

The Bluebird in the Boro concert series will feature songwriters behind the hits, including Murfreesboro’s own Tim James as well as Marshall Altman, Dylan Altman, Jeff Cohen and others. Songwriters will be playing “in the round”—with such an intimate arrangement, every seat in the house is a good seat!

Tickets are $100 and include dinner from Five Senses, drinks and an evening of live music.

The week’s schedule will be:
Monday, Feb. 29 at 6 p.m.: Marshall Altman, Dylan Altman and friends
Tuesday, March 1 at 6 p.m.: Jeff Cohen and friends
Wednesday, March 2 at 6 p.m.: Tim James and friends

Proceeds will help Alive Hospice build The Residence at Alive Hospice—Murfreesboro, Rutherford County’s first dedicated hospice care facility, which will add another layer of care to Alive Hospice’s existing services in Rutherford and surrounding counties. Alive Hospice provides loving care to people with life-threatening illnesses, support to their families and service to the community in a spirit of enriching lives. Alive Hospice was founded in 1975, making it the first hospice program in Tennessee and the Southeast, and the first in the nation to provide hospice care in private homes.

For tickets or more information on the event, call (615) 327-1085 or visit alivehospice.org/boro.

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