Sold-out Cope concert at Crowbar benefits Crisis Center of Tampa Bay

You can still donate online.

click to enlarge Sold-out Cope concert at Crowbar benefits Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
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Cope (pictured) and Golden Era are joining forces for this Hello (stylized “HELLO”) fundraiser to honor of all the people lost to suicide and depression.

Local artists Stephen Barry, Jerry Cahill, Drake Arnold, TinyBrush, Melissa Sontheimer and Dylan Perr will contribute pieces to a silent auction which can also be accessed online.

Though in-person tickets are sold-out organizers will share a live streaming link closer to the date of the show. Besides the auction, you can also donate to the cause through GoFundMe or “Donation Wear” from artists Bizarro Designs. All proceeds from the event go to The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay.

Cope/Golden Era. Sat. Feb. 13, 8 p.m. $25 min. Donation (SOLD OUT), Crowbar, Tampa. INFO

See a list of Tampa Bay’s “Safe & Sound” live music venues here.

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