Regional Media is teaming with the Illinois Broadcasters Association for the Concert for Hunger, April 10th from 12 Noon until 5 Pm. The concert will air live on all Regional Media stations. It will also be available via RegionalDailyNews.com and all associated social media sites. Performers will be announced this week in a joint announcement of Regional Media and the Illinois Broadcasters Association. Performers will be performing live from their homes. The Concert for Hunger will benefit food pantries across Illinois, including those in Kewanee, Quad Cities, Galva, Toulon and more. Read the complete announcement of The Concert for Hunger below…
Regional Media, one of Illinois’ largest locally owned and operated media companies, announced a partnership with the Illinois Broadcasters Association and Feeding Illinois to bring hundreds of thousands of concert lovers together in the Inaugural Regional Media Concert for Hunger event.
The Concert for Hunger will feature performances by many Illinois local and regional artists, and a few artists that will be released in the days to come. Most will broadcast from their own homes, filmed with their personal cell phones, cameras and audio equipment, to ensure the health and safety of all involved. The Concert For Hunger will air on Good Friday, April 10th, from 12:00PM-5:00PM (cst) across hundreds of radios stations, social media pages, and be will be streamed live at ConcertForHunger.com
As we unite throughout Illinois to combat hunger and food bank shortages in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Regional Media encourages viewers and listeners of the Concert for Hunger to contribute monetary donations to bolster dwindling food supplies at local food banks.
Corporations and individuals looking for a way to make a difference in the lives of neighbors experiencing food hardship can contribute at: www.ConcertForHunger.com
The goal of the Concert for Hunger is to raise awareness and dollars so food banks can purchase the food they need to adequately serve the hungry in their local communities. There are eight independent food banks serving 102 counties in Illinois, all of which are represented by Feeding Illinois.
For musicians and media outlets who would like to get involved, visit www.ConcertForHunger.com and sign up today. Submissions are due by Wednesday April 8, 2020 at 4:00PM (cst).