Proceeds from this concert go directly to purchase musical equipment for Georgia Public Schools. The 2007 recipients, Rothschild Middle School, received instruments for their orchestra and a 27 station music computer lab with the latest version of Music Maker Finale on them.
Widespread Panic believes that art education, and in particular music education, is integral to the overall education and advancement of children. Art allows for personal expression, appreciation of ideas, celebration of cultural awareness, sharing emotions, and gives purpose to life. Widespread Panic agrees with research findings that art education supports more traditional academic subjects as well as being a worthy pursuit in its own right.
Nors (12/19/2008 12:59:31 PM)
I flew to this show from San Francisco and must say that musically, it wasn't the best...Don't get me wrong, I love Widespread Panic and any show is better than no show, BUT, the previous night at La
Athenian (11/13/2008 7:42:02 PM)
Words can not measure the "clean" experience that I had at this show!!!! I was just getting my bearings after the other 2 Atlanta shows where I finally got to see a great AM Dew and Vacation!!! Found
spreadhead (11/3/2008 9:36:10 AM)
show was incredible i was right at the stage. this show made 60 for me it was definately worth the drive from mississippi. never miss a sunday show!!!!!!!!!!!