Noise for Now: Benefit Concert for Abortion Access

Noise for Now: Benefit Concert for Abortion Access

The following is a press release:

Abortion access is in crisis, and NOISE FOR NOW is fighting for a world where all of us are free to make decisions about our bodies and our futures. Today, the 501(c)3 non-profit organization has announced NOISE FOR NOW: Benefit Concert for Abortion Access, set to take place on September 6 in Nashville, TN at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville with headliners Sierra Ferrell and Nikki Lane, among many more performers. Event proceeds will support the abortion fund Access Reproductive Care Southeast and CHOICES: Center for Reproductive Health.

Additional performers on what is sure to be a powerful evening with some of Nashville’s best musicians include Aaron Lee Tasjan, Caroline Spence, Charlotte Sands, Eric Slick, Fancy Hagood, Jaime Wyatt, Jamie Lidell & Rob Burger, Katie Pruitt, Kyshona, Michaela Anne and Tristen.

Tickets are on sale now and are available for $35 in advance and $40 day of show. Tickets can be purchased here.

NOISE FOR NOW has spearheaded numerous fundraising efforts to benefit grassroots organizations that work in the field of Reproductive Justice since its launch in 2017, distributing over $1.2 million to partner organizations. Last fall, they collaborated with Good Music to release the genre-spanning benefit compilation Good Music To Ensure Safe Abortion Access To All which featured cover art by Kim Gordon, and tracks by Wet Leg, Sleater-Kinney, Maya Hawke, Cat Power, Tegan and Sara, Soccer Mommy and many more. The 49-track compilation grossed over $230,000 in 24 hours. Most recently, the organization raised $15,000 during Upstate Art Weekend in New York State between their annual NOISE FOR NOW Art Fundraiser and July 23rd Benefit Concert in Woodstock, NY featuring Amanda Palmer, Daniel Rossen (Grizzly Bear) and more.

Learn more about upcoming and past NOISE FOR NOW fundraising initiatives here.