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Benefit Concert for The Poverello Center w/ John Floridis, Jennifer Slayden, & Ed Stalling

  December 15, 2022 7:30 PM

Doors Open: 7:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
RECOMMENDED DONATION: $20.00
DONATION LEVEL 1: $10.00
DONATION LEVEL 2: $30.00
DONATION LEVEL 3: $40.00
DONATION LEVEL 4: $50.00

TICKET SALE DATES
RECOMMENDED DONATION / DONATION LEVEL 1 / DONATION LEVEL 2 / DONATION LEVEL 3 / DONATION LEVEL 4 Public Onsale: November 16, 2022 4:03 PM to December 15, 2022 10:00 PM

Thursday, December 15 // Door at 7 PM // Show at 7:30 PM // Pick Your Ticket Price $10-$50 // Box Office Proceeds Benefit the Poverello Center

Missoula guitarist and singer-songwriter John Floridis, along with percussionist Ed Stalling and cellist Jennifer Slayden, will be performing at the ZACC to benefit the Poverello Center in Missoula. The trio will play material from Floridis’ two seasonal releases ‘December’s Quiet Joy’ and ‘The Peaceful Season’ both of which feature his fingerstyle acoustic guitar arrangements of traditional Christmas/winter melodies, as well as original compositions. The trio also includes seasonal vocal tunes, both original and by other artists such as Bruce Cockburn, Patty Larkin, Ben Harper, and John Gorka in the performance. The songs feature lyrics speaking to the journey from darkness to light, seasonally, emotionally, and spiritually.

This concert is one of four benefit concerts scheduled by Floridis throughout the week in Missoula, each focusing on a different nonprofit and highlighting different musicians. The concerts welcome the audience to escape the frantic stress that too often pervades the holiday season and relax in an intimate listening environment with music to warm the heart and soul.

Floridis is a 25 year Missoula resident and has been recognized as one of the state’s most popular and respected musicians, having performed in a variety of venues, festivals, and concert halls in support of his eight independently released albums. He will be releasing a ninth recording, ‘Thankful’ in early 2023. Floridis has been featured in an Emmy Award winning episode on ‘11th and Grant’ on Montana PBS and is also the host and producer of ‘Musician’s Spotlight’ on Montana Public Radio and ‘Live From Home’ as well, on Montana PBS.

For more information about the concerts and John Floridis visit www.johnfloridis.com.

For further information, accessibility, and inquiries please visit https://www.zootownarts.org/meet-the-zacc/about/.

Number of Tickets
Limit 20 tickets per order.


* Does not include convenience or handling fees.