It’s never a bad a time to catch some live music over pizza and a drink, but it’s all the better if it’s to help put shelter over someone’s head or get them back on their feet. Tonight, Joe Squared in Station North is hosting a benefit concert for Project Plase (People Lacking Ample Shelter and Employment), with all proceeds going to the nonprofit based just down the street that helps house the displaced and find them work, among other services.
The show, to be held in the basement (where there will also be a private bar), features a diverse lineup, including singer and dancer RoVo Monty, rapper Murph Da Cooligan, indie pop band Tribe Jackson, classic rock cover band Big Chill and singer-songwriter Mark Mikina. Others may still be signing on as well.
Project Plase will have reps there in case you’d like to learn how to get involved with assisting Baltimore’s less fortunate.
5 p.m., downstairs at Joe Squared, 33 W. North Ave., (410) 545-0444, more info here.
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