September, 23 2021 | 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
On The Scene is proud to present a benefit concert for TWO really great non-for-profit organizations who have been making a HUGE difference in our community.
The night will start off with the duo Asha Goodwin & Jack Jennings, followed by Unessential Jane, and finishing off the night with City Girls Eagles Tribute.
This will definitely be a fantastic rockin night to help out those who have been making a big difference in keeping the Springfield area music alive for the future!
Doors at 7:00 PM
$10 at the door
Raffle and silent auction
FOOD & DRINKS Available
All proceeds will be split between the two organizations. Please come out to help us help them!
Read below to find out more about each organization:
Springfield Area Music Industry (SAMI): Elevating the Springfield Area Music Industry through; Education, Innovation and Cooperation
Our ambition is to put Springfield on the map for it’s music scene. To that end, we want to identify avenues and opportunities for growth and exploit those; we want to identify systemic failures and explore means of correcting them, and establish a pool of individuals willing to work to make that happen. SAMI is not only for musicians, but sound engineers, techs, and even venues and club owners; everyone who wants to help us bolster the Springfield music scene is welcome. Our purpose is to come together as a community, support our local music industry, and put as MUCH music out there as possible.
Play it Forward: Our goal – The regeneration of the “Music Experience”, in public and private schools, to KEEP CHILDREN IN SCHOOL.
Play it Forward is a Springfield MO based program which began in 2015. Our mission is to ensure each child in SW Missouri is provided with the opportunity to discover his or her musical talents. As a community it’s our responsibility to ensure these kids have every opportunity to explore the musical passions.
In keeping with our mission, the “Play it Forward” Program:
• Donates musical instruments to children whose school and parents cannot afford the equipment.
• Contributes instruments to schools whose music department funding does not cover the costs for instruments for students who wish to join the school’s music program.
• Coordinates shows and events locally to promote and enhance the Play It Forward program.