The evening begins with a private screening of The Land of High Mountains and ends two blocks away with live music from Good Trip Band. Attend one or both events. Ticket sales are tax-deductible and all ticket proceeds will benefit St. Damien Pediatric Hospital. Please consider making an additional donation when purchasing tickets. Thank you for your generosity.
Private Screening at The Little Theatre, 240 East Ave.
The Land of High Mountains is the inspiring true story of the only pediatric hospital in Haiti. It is a powerful account of the incredible people, both Haitian and foreign, who are working together to heal the children of the island and to realize the dreams of a nation. After the documentary, director and producer Will Agee and international recording artist Angelo Rose share their personal experiences visiting St. Damien Pediatric Hospital. Theatre 1. Doors open at 5 p.m.
Good Trip Band at East End Tavern, 37 Charlotte St.
Good Trip Band is an original rock, blues and alternative band led by Angelo Rose. The Rochester singer, songwriter and guitarist donates all proceeds from his heartrending song, Haiti’s Rain, to St. Damien, already generating $40,000 from around the world. Rose is joined by Tom Bernacki on bass, Jeff Pettrone on drums, Mike Borrelli on guitar and special guests including the talented Katy Wright. Show starts at 8:30 p.m.
Parking: East End Garage, 475 East Main Street, or on-street
“Haiti’s Rain” was written and performed by Angelo Rose, with transcendent vocals from Katy Wright. All donations receive a free digital copy of “Haiti’s Rain.” Listen to a sample:
Help prevent 138,000 Haitian children from dying each year from preventable diseases.*
*all donations are tax-deductible