Fall Family Night Fundraiser
Plugged In is happy to announce our first annual Fall Family Night Fundraiser! Join us for an amazing evening filled with family, food, fun and of course, music! Learn more about the impact Plugged In has had on the lives of young musicians from presentations by Plugged In friends, families and students. Enjoy a family style dinner and dessert cooked up by the Plugged In board members and staff just for you! Rock and roll to the amazing sound of local band Melodeego.
Friday November 9, 2012
7pm – 10pm
Needham Congregational Church – Fellowship Hall
1154 Great Plain Ave. Needham, MA 02492
$50 for adults. $10 for youth under 18 years old.
Ticket price includes dinner and dessert.
Only 250 tickets are available for this event.
Parents and/or students can sing a song with Melodeego!
Bid for the opportunity to sing a song with Melodeego. Keep an eye out on Facebook where we will be asking students and parents what songs they want to sing with Melodeego. We will choose 3 and at the event we will auction off the opportunity to sing along with Melodeego to the highest bidders!
What Is Melodeego?
Some of you already know and love Melodeego because bass player Greg Reinauer was a Plugged In teacher. For those of you who don’t know them, Melodeego is a band that truly embodies the mission of Plugged In – to empower members of the community to make positive change in their world. This is why everyone at Plugged In is so excited to have them performing at our first Fall Family Night.
If you don’t know them already, take some time to get to know Melodeego!
Melodeego has been playing music together for a long time, but found their true voice when they met some really amazing people standing up for what they believe in.
It started about four years ago when a friend asked Melodeego to perform at a rally for social justice and the environment. Melodeego had always cared about these issues but had never put them together with music. Once on stage it was easy to see how passionate everyone was. Melodeego connected with the crowd in a very real and powerful way, and their music came alive with an incredible new energy and meaning. The combination of music and message energized the crowd and became a core value of Melodeego – to play with a purpose.
After the BP oil spill, Medloeego decided they didn’t want to power their music with fossil fuels. Inventor and activist Sean Stevens designed a Bicycle Powered Sound System so Melodeego could let the people at their shows power the music. Fans got really excited to pedal the system, create clean energy with their own two feet and really become a part of the show!
So come be part of something amazing and join us for the first ever Fall Family Night featuring Melodeego!
If you are a business owner or know of a business that would be interested in becoming an event sponsor click here for more information on event sponsorship. Or you can email us!