PettyFest returns to LA and they are bringing all of their friends with them. It is the 40th Anniversary tribute show for Mr. Heartbreaker himself, and as always all of the proceeds go to an amazing cause, the Refuge Foundation for the Arts. Weekday music nights don’t get any better than this in LA. You will see some of the most talented musicians around performing your favorite Tom Petty covers, so don’t worry because you’ll know all the words. It is an amazing gathering of like minded musicians and artists that come together to support the arts the best way they know how, by performing! Take 30 of your favorite musicians, and watch them all play together in unique and spectacular collaborations that you can’t see anywhere else. Grab a friend or a date, or a few of them, and help support this great cause. And when we talk about great musicians, we’re not joking, just check out the preliminary lineup below…wow:
Norah Jones, Jakob Dylan, Carly Rae Jepsen, Brandon Boyd of Incubus, Matt Shultz & Matthan Minster of Cage The Elephant, Dhani Harrison, Summer Moon Featuring Nikolai Fraiture of The Strokes, Darren Criss, Cameron Avery of Tame Impala, Lissie, Danny Masterson, Stephen Perkins, Nikki Lane, Brett Dennen, The Pierces, Cory Chisel, Big Black Delta, Jonathan Tyler, The Shelters, Justin Warfield of She Wants Revenge, Eric Pulido of Midlake, Elvis Perkins, Emily Armstrong of Dead Sara, Adam Busch, Adriel Denae, J-Council, And Many More Surprise Guests!
Doors 7:00pm, Showtime 8:30pm
Tickets for Sept. 13 are sold out, but tickets for Wednesday Sept. 14 are still available HERE.
REFUGE FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS & THE BEST FEST
The Best Fest was born out of three music industry friends sheer love of music, and wanting to share that love with their peers. It’s organically evolved into the premiere rock and roll celebration, raising money to provide healing and assistance for our friends and neighbors in the music community and beyond.
Refuge Foundation for the Arts is a non-profit organization committed to providing a sanctuary for the pursuit of creative expression. Founded in response to the lack of resources available to artists today, their mission is to offer patronage and support to artists in a supportive and collaborative environment. Refuge Foundation for the Arts is based in Appleton, Wisconsin and is centered around a former Capuchin-Franciscan monastery and spiritual retreat center, located on 10 beautiful acres along the Fox River. The 33,000+ square foot facility currently includes over 50 bedrooms, artist studios, mobile recording studios, a woodworking and metalworking shop, fruit orchards, gardens, and a chapel which now doubles as a full recording studio. Refuge Foundation for the Arts seeks to build integrated environments which value creative, cultural exchange through supportive explorations in art, education and environmental stewardship.
Pettyfest is also generously sponsored by Jameson who has been a cornerstone of support for this wonderful creativity inspiring cause.