CROSSROADS SAFEHOUSE TO HOST COUCH CONCERT: LIVE IN YOUR LIVING ROOM THURSDAY, MAY 28, 6-8 PM WITH LOCAL MUSICIAN, BRIAN DAVID COLLINS
Crossroads Safehouse is hosting a Couch Concert: Live In Your Living Room on Thursday, May 28 from 6-8 p.m. through Crossroads’ Facebook page (https://facebook.com/CrossroadsSafehouse). Local musician Brian David Collins will be playing piano, singing, and taking requests through the live concert. This is the fourth concert in the Couch Concert series that has raised over $15,000 so far for Crossroads Safehouse.
In an effort to provide socially distant entertainment during the safer at home orders, Crossroads has partnered with local restaurants in Fort Collins and Windsor that are currently offering takeout or delivery. The goal is to support local restaurants while supporting Crossroads Safehouse. The concert will begin on Crossroads’ Facebook page at 6 p.m. It is free to attend, and song requests will be accepted through comments. Donations for Crossroads will be taken through the webpage: https://www.crossroadssafehouse.org/couch-concert/ or through texting the word “couch” to 44321.
The partner restaurants, listed according to city, are below. Information and links to each of these partner restaurants can be found at: https://www.crossroadssafehouse.org/couch-concert/.
- Fort Collins:
- Austin’s American Grill (Old Town Fort Collins Only)
- Big Al’s Burgers & Fries
- Comet Chicken
- Rally5 Crafted Eats & Bar
- CopperMuse Distillery
- Pizza Vino
- Matador Mexican Grill
- Hearth Restaurant and Pub
This event is brought to the community through Crossroads Safehouse’s generous sponsors: Country Financial representatives Jason Percha, Will Delmar, Luke Stromquist, Josh Hartman and Seth Gilbert, First National Bank, Markley Motors, and High Country Beverage.
About Crossroads Safehouse
Since 1980, Crossroads Safehouse has offered free emergency housing, advocacy, legal representation, rapid rehousing, and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence. Annually,
Crossroads also provides food, clothing and support for nearly 400 residents of the emergency shelter, as well advocacy and outreach services to thousands of clients. Learn more about Crossroads Safehouse at crossroadssafehouse.org.