SHINE-ola benefit concert will feature Southern Arkansas musicians on the main stage
Share love and light with Arkansas musicians, children and families at this inaugural event for Methodist Family Health.
Summer evenings come alive at SoMa.
Methodist Family Health just announced “SHINE-ola,” an inaugural concert that will spotlight musicians from Arkansas while benefiting the foundation.
Ready to take the South on Main Onstage July 14 from 6-10 p.m., SHINE-ola (a nod to the nonprofit’s SHINE campaign) will help raise funds for basic necessities, therapeutic resources and other essentials for children and families cared for by MFH.
“Methodist Family Health has been helping Arkansans since 1899, when they began as the Methodist Orphanage of Arkansas,” said musician Jason Lee Hale. “In the more than 120 years since its inception, Methodist Family Health has grown into a comprehensive continuum of care for children struggling with mental, behavioral and emotional health issues. I had no idea of all the ways Methodist Family Health helps in the community, and it is my honor and the performers on this list to work with them in every way possible.
The lineup is packed with local talent you won’t want to miss. Here are the special guests you can expect to see:
- Jason Lee Hale and the Personal Space Invaders
- The Mark Simpson trio with Jure Baloh and Dave Hoffpauir
- Cliff and Suzanne
- Rikki “D”
- The Brian Nahlen Group
- Griffen and his friends
- Marc Curry
- Paul Tulle
- Cherise Martini and the Peacekeepers
- Billy Jeter and The Shine Eye Band
- monsterboy lives
Tickets for SHINE-ola are available now. To purchase yours, call South on Main at 501.244.9660 or purchase at the door Thursday, July 14. For more information, visit the MFH Facebook Event Page.