NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — A southern Indiana nightclub is hosting a benefit concert that will collect food and clothing for homeless people in the Ohio River community.
Dillinger's Music Venue is hosting the Sept. 28 benefit in New Albany featuring the bands Field of Kings, The Whiskey Riders and Ranger. They will perform for free.
Admission to the event will be $5 or $5 worth of canned goods or donated clothing. Dillinger's will donate all of the admission fees to a group called The Love Pack that helps the homeless.
Love Pack founder Ben Gordon tells the News and Tribune the response to the benefit "has just been great." He'll distribute items collected at the concert or purchased with its proceeds to homeless people in the area's homeless camps.
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