The popular Nashville restaurant Adele’s will help Music Health Alliance (MHA) kick off their annual “Heal The Music Day” campaign by hosting the benefit dinner and auction on Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Both Adele’s and MHA are beloved Nashville institutions that share a deep-rooted commitment to Music City. With this event, the restaurant will help celebrate the nonprofit’s 10-year anniversary raising funds to support music industry professionals and their critical healthcare needs. Throughout the last decade, MHA has served over 20,000 music industry members, providing over 3,900 counseling and psychiatric sessions while saving more than $120 million in healthcare costs.
The evening will include a cocktail reception, seated farm-to-table dinner, silent and live auction as well as an intimate live performance by country artist Gary Allan. Adele’s has curated a special menu for the function, featuring a family-style selection of some of their most sought-after dishes, such as the fresh housemade focaccia, kale salad with anchovy dressing, grilled pork loin, roasted chicken with salsa verde and more.
Guests will be able to bid on over 40 items through both the silent and live auction, including luxury tropical resort getaways, a Les Paul Custom guitar, diamond jewelry and exclusive artist and concert experiences.
“As Adele’s celebrates its ninth anniversary of being an integral part of the Nashville dining scene, we’re deeply honored to contribute to the essential work of Music Health Alliance and celebrate their 10-year milestone, by positively impacting the health of the music community,” says Howard Greenstone, Founder, Red Pebbles Hospitality. “Our contribution underscores Red Pebbles Hospitality’s commitment to Music City by supporting an industry that is not only significant to Nashville, but also at the very heart of its identity.”
“We are honored to be chosen as the charity partner for Adele’s and so thankful for the support and partnership of the Adele’s team and Red Pebbles Hospitality, to kick off our annual “Heal The Music Day” campaign with this benefit dinner,” says Tatum Allsep, MHA Founder & CEO. “We’re thankful for Gary Allan’s contribution of his time and talents; the support of our sponsor partners Spotify, First Horizon, PS Business Management, Gibson Gives and Lipman Brothers; and the contributors of the amazing auction items to help raise funds to keep our music industry healthy.”
Tickets are $250 per person and available to purchase now. For more information, click here.
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