Poisonville Songs’ next show benefits Tampa Bay’s homeless population

A handful of locals play to help their impoverished neighbors.

click to enlarge BRIAN MAHAR

The Poisonville Songs Project hosts different kinds of shows almost every weekend out of a Comfort Inn lobby, but Tampa Bay bands are playing for a cause at this one.

A $5 donation at the door gets you music from New Brutarians, Kevin K. (pictured), Refuge Beat Poets Collective and Pedro El Poeta—and doubles as a donation to two Tampa Bay charities dedicated to helping those who are homeless and/or impoverished.

Poisonville Songs Project: Concert For Poor Peoples Army and Refuge Ministries Tampa Bay w/New Brutarians/Kevin K/Refuge Beat Poets Collective/Pedro El Poeta. Sat. March 7, 3 p.m.-7 p.m. $5 suggested donation. Comfort Inn & Suites, St. Petersburg. cltampa.com

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