Traffic Jam Grand Rapids, MI Concert info:
11/11/11 Marks a special day around the globe as 300 bands play freedom benefit concerts to aid in the awareness of Human Trafficking. Since 2004 the non-profit organization, Traffic Jam has invested in trafficking prevention/aftercare programs in over 70 countries, raising awareness to fight human trafficking around the globe through music. Now West Michigan will benefit as part of that effort!
The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center will host a FREE concert to raise awareness to assist Traffic Jam and local West Michigan non-profits like the Salvation Army that focus on Human Trafficking, the second largest and fastest growing criminal industry in the world. Victims are trafficked by force, fraud, or coercion, for purposes of labor, or sexual exploitation.
The FREE Traffic Jam GR concert on 11/11/11 will feature 6 top performing Christian bands. From 6-9 PM. Tommee Profitt, and national recording artist NF (Nate Feuerstein) will headline, Bridgette Donoho, Jason Eaton, Uptown Praise Band, and Bled Life
What: Traffic Jam GR- FREE Christian Rock Concert to fight human trafficking
Date: Friday Nov 11, 2011
Where: The Kroc Center
6:00-6:05 PM: Major Marc Johnson- opening prayer
6:05- 6:35 PM: Uptown Praise Band
LSSM to speak on stage
6:40-7:05 PM: Bridgette Donoho
7:10-7:40 PM: Jason Eaton
7:45-8:05 PM: Bled Life
8:10-8:15 PM: 'The ask'
8:15-8:55 PM: Tommee Profitt featuring & national recording artist NF (Nate Feuerstein)
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