Rock for Love 4

A week from today, starting next Thursday night, Memphis is welcoming another weekend of homegrown music, with all of it benefiting a worthy cause. Rock for Love 4, the fourth-annual benefit concert for the Church Health Center, will be Aug. 19-21, and will feature some of the best music to come out of Memphis, including Lucero, Amy LaVere, and Love In Stereo favorites, the Magic Kids.

Since its founding in 2007, Rock for Love has been produced in partnership with Makeshift Music as a way to raise money for the Center and celebrate the diversity of Memphis music with performances by some of the city’s best bands and artists.

Want to come? Here’s the schedule and ticket info:

Thursday, Aug. 19 at the Hi Tone
$5. 9 p.m. 18+
Star & Micey, Holly Cole & the Memphis Dawls, Teflon Don, the Candy Company (emcee: Blair Combest)

Friday, Aug. 20 at the Hi Tone
$10. 9 p.m. 18+
The Dirty Streets, the Magic Kids, Skewby, Glorie (emcee: Ross Johnson)

Saturday, Aug. 21 at Shangri-La – Sounds of Memphis Rock for Love 4 Day Party
FREE. Noon to 5 p.m. All-ages.
Amy LaVere, Oracle and the Mountain, the Near Reaches, the Burning Sands, Chinese Lanterns

Saturday, Aug. 21 at the Hi Tone.
$15. 9 p.m. 18+
Lucero, the Bulletproof Vests, Jeremy Stanfill (emcee: Al Bell)

Tickets are available online at or at the door. Shangri-La will donate 20 percent of store sales from the day party to the Church Health Center. There will also be a Rock for Love 4 silent auction at The auction went live on Aug. 1 and will close at midnight on Aug. 21.

To find out more about Rock for Love 4 and how to get involved, visit or

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