Sustain Mizzou is back fresher than ever with another benefit concert!
As a part of Sustainability Week, we’re hosting Fresh Beets to support local farmers, stock local food pantries with healthy food, and dance to some sweet beats. It’s all going down on April 24 at 8 p.m. at The Bridge, on Walnut.
All of the money raised throughout the night will be used to purchase fresh food from Missouri farmers, and that food will be donated to food banks and pantries in Columbia. Most food donated to food banks is highly processed and low in nutritional value. Fresh Beets, and the Local Food for Local People Drive, is a way to support our local farmers and provide people with delicious and nutritious food!
The concert will be $5 at the door and you will be able to buy $2 raffle tickets to win gift certificates to all sorts of sweet places in the district throughout the night. You can also purchase super snazzy “Fresh Beets” t-shirts for $10.
Old Crippled Men, a folk inspired jam band, will start off the concert at around 8:30 p.m., followed by The Aether Tree, a band that adventurously blends jazz, metal, and world music. We’ll end the night with DUBB NUBB , the popular St. Louis born indie twin band.
We hope you come out to hear some BEATS for local BEETS!
TO DONATE OR BUY TICKETS: Please visit Sustain Mizzou’s cubicle in the Center for Student Involvement (B1), come to the show, or make a check payable to
2500 MU Student Center
Columbia, MO 65211
Fresh Beets is sponsored in part by Sustain Mizzou, Tigers Credit Union and The Sustainability Office, Sustain Mizzou is organizing a benefit concert in support of the Local Food for Local People Drive. Fresh Beets is an event of Sustainability Week.