Breakfest 2012 to Benefit Breakfast at St. Andrews
Ann Arbor's Breakfast at St. Andrew's is an all-volunteer charity that has served a free meal to anyone in need every day for more than 28 years. Today, Breakfast at St. Andrew's serves as many as 150 meals each morning. All concert profits will go to buy food and supplies, and cover other operating costs for the program. This year's BreakFEST show, benefiting the breakfast program, includes some superb artists who are rarely seen in Michigan. The headliners are guitar flatpicker Dan Crary, whose arrangements paved the way for much of the newgrass movement in the 1970s and 1980s, Cleveland-born alt-country vocalist and Whiskeytown alumna Caitlin Cary, and traditional Irish musician Brian Hart. You could come for the music. You could come to support a worthwhile program that helps people. Put it all together, and how can you miss this evening? Reserved-seat tickets ($40) are available through TheArk.org, the Michigan Union Ticket Office, and Herb David Guitar Studio; general-admission seats are $30. Note special 7:30 p.m. start time!