The same great folks that bring you the Wham Bam Thank U Jam invite you to Love of Life, Inc.’s WHAM BAM ROAD TRIP, happening this Saturday, May 2nd, at Dayton’s Brixx Ice Company. Enjoy an ice cold brew on Brixx’s spacious patio while listening to great live music from The Mainline Funk and New Carlisle’s Far From Eden.
The FREE event is the OFFICIAL kickoff to the 6th Annual Wham Bam Thank U Jam. As a special thank you to Wham Bammers throughout the Gem City, the Wham Bam crew will be there to offer fans the chance at a limited number of $30 Presale tickets to this year’s Wham Bam Thank U Jam celebration taking place August 14-16 in College Corner, Ohio. Presale tickets go on sale this week online for $40.
Music Feeds Ohio and Helping the Homeless Dayton, Ohio will be collecting donations for The Dayton Foodbank and Dayton’s homeless, continuing Love of Life Inc’s tradition of giving back to the community. Your donation entitles you to a raffle ticket for your chance to win one of the great prize gift baskets filled with tons of goodies. See below of a list of needed items.
Donation Items Needed Include:
- Sandals, tennis shoes or flip flops
- Bandannas / hand towels
- Toiletries of all kinds
- Backpacks / duffle bags / Light blankets and/or unfitted sheets
- Spring Jackets
- Gatorade / water
- Ready to eat foods
- Canned fruits: peaches, pears, pineapples, applesauce, fruit cocktail
- Canned meats: ham, chicken, meat spreads
- Canned fish including tuna, salmon, sardines, other fish
- Nuts, and seeds
- Rice and Beans
- Hearty Soups and Chili
- Stews (Beef, Chicken and Dumplings)
- Peanut Butter and Jelly
- Macaroni and Cheese
For More Information:
Visit WhamBamThankUjam.com and on Facebook & Twitter
James Cavender – Road Trip Event Manager – 727-902-8238
Tracy Sax Lakes – Love Of Life, Inc. – 937-329-5221
Trena Elam – Helping the Homeless Dayton Ohio – 937-742-7053
Jimmy Cummings – Music Feeds Ohio – 513- 393-4707
The Wham Bam Road Trip To Brixx Ice Co.
Saturday, May 2, 2015 ~ 7pm – 1am
500 E. First Street in downtown Dayton