Concerts for Civility
In the spirit of connection, collaboration and the healing power of music, the Fund for Civility, Respect and Understanding continues to fund its work through concert fundraising events. We invite you to join us for our 4th Concert for Civility.
2015 Concert for Civility on Congress
Sunday, January 11, 2015
Two venues: Hotel Congress Outdoor Stage and the Rialto Theatre
This year we have something for everyone! Come and enjoy one or both of our exciting locations.
Hotel Congress will feature ticketed raffle baskets and a beautiful silent auction.
Hotel Congress Outdoor Stage:
3:00-5:30pm (suggested $10 donation)
Joey Burns and Friends
The John Coinman Band and
The Awkward Moments for KIDS
Side Stage with Live Poetry by Logan Phillips and Teré Fowler-Chapman
Rialto Theatre: BUY TICKETS TODAY!
6:30pm doors ($20 in advance, $25 day of ticket price)
with opening act: Salvador Duran
This year’s Concert for Civility will benefit Mental Health Safe Space: a free community training focused on eliminating the stigma that surrounds mental illness and Tucson’s January 8th Memorial Foundation working to honor those who were killed or injured and to commemorate the extraordinary community response to the tragedy.
Special Thanks to Our 2015 Concert Sponsors
Previous Concerts for Civility
The Fund for Civility got its seed money from generous community donations and a huge concert event held on March 10, 2011, just two months after the January 8th shooting in Tucson that sparked the creation of the Fund. The Barber family worked with Jackson Browne’s management team to put together a star-studded event that gave the community a chance to come together and enjoy the healing power of music. The line-up spectacular and the music a powerful reminder of how precious life is.
This beautiful and intimate concert event and silent auction featured Reverie, a Philadelphia-based jazz quartet.
Held at the beautiful Fox Theater in Tucson, the concert featured Ben Folds, Calexico, Mariachi Luz de Luna, Silver Thread Trio, and Mitzi Cowell.