hope all is well presents
THANKS: a celebration of online & irl friendship
DATE: Friday, november 16th
VENUE: the karma birdhouse
hope all is well is a small music events project founded in spring 2017. Since then, hope has undergone multiple iterations and continues to reprogram it’s path.
We wouldn’t exist today without the continued support of friends, and we wouldn’t have made many of our closest friends without hope. So, as a “thank you” for helping this unlikely project still exist, we’re throwing a party with & for our friends. We're calling it "THANKS" and it’s a celebration of friendship itself, no matter how it exists — be it online pals, wholesome irl companions or anything in-between. Old friends and new, join us: Friday, 11/16 at The Karma Bird House.
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