Rocking Benefit Show to Benefit Local Veterans Groups

A Nov. 12 concert will aim to collect winter clothes for the homeless in the area, and support the Rutherford County veteran population. The benefit show, a Dark Slate Promotions production presented by House Brothers Percussion and Brick’s Drum Therapy Matrix, features Nashville metal band Piranah along with Vampire Bleach Bomb and Medicine Mann.

Half of the proceeds from the show will be donated to Operation Adopt A Hero, and the other half will be used for Operation Phoenix Warrior, a new local initiative to organize, fund and conduct mixed martial arts fitness camps for struggling veterans to refocus on health and wellness goals, to be hosted by the UFC Gym of Murfreesboro.

Attendees can bring clothing donations. The event cover is $10 for adults, with a $3 surcharge for minors. The show begins at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12, at Main Street Music in Murfreesboro.

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