Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday’s benefit concert is sponsored by Lee’s Greek letter society Epsilon Lambda Phi.
Sixty percent of the proceeds will go toward disaster relief in Bradley County schools for students who lost their homes and belongings in the April tornados that devastated many families across the south.
The remaining proceeds will be donated to Lee University in the form of a monument dedicated by Epsilon Lambda Phi for the society’s 25th anniversary.
Angelo is an Atlanta, Ga.-based artist who mixes rock-infused melodies and modern-pop with classic songwriting. He has toured with national acts including the Fray, Zac Brown Band, and Matt Wertz, and has been called to write for artists such as Kelly Clarkson and Justin Bieber.
Dinner and a Suit is an alternative rock band based out of Nashville. The band has toured around the region, and recently released their debut full-length album, “Since Our Departure.”
Tickets, which are $8, will be sold in the Paul Conn Student Union and the Lee University Humanities Building Sept. 12 through 16. Tickets will also be available the day of the concert in the Conn Center.
For more information or to make a donation, pcontact Epsilon treasurer Katie Clinard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-686-8704.