Zion I and the Grouch Concert to Benefit TWP

"Anyone changing other peoples lives for the better is a hero to me." (The Grouch)

This Thursday night, March 31st, Zion I and the Grouch will be performing at The Aggie Theater in Fort Collins, CO.  Join us there for a great night of music, with a portion of the ticket sales going to benefit our mission: improving people’s lives by helping communities to protect, conserve and manage their most important natural resources.

From the campaign and tour docket:

“The ‘Heroes in the Healing of the Nation’ tour will be an original fusion of music, outreach, community education and activism for the modern era. Starting March 17th the famed duo of Zion I and the Grouch will be starting their nationwide tour and releasing their new album, both focused around supporting people through these rough times by collaboration between fans, local community organizations and musicians. Through sharing of resources we can not only spread positive music but support local organizations through promotion and fundraising. This combination of conscious hip hop with visible action towards social progress will reach the minds and hearts of the thousands of fans these legendary artists have earned over their successful musical careers.”

Thanks to Zion I and the Grouch for their social advocacy and efforts to partner with local nonprofit organizations! We truly appreciate your support through music.

Click here to buy your tickets today.

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Trees, Water & People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to developing sustainable community-based conservation solutions.

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