See Hippies, Do Some Good



Greet the boys from Tea Leaf Green when they come to town. They walked a long way to see you
  • Greet the boys from Tea Leaf Green when they come to town. They walked a long way to see you

Sunday's Human Fund benefit at the Beachland Ballroom includes performances by veteran jam-band artists Tea Leaf Green, New Riders of the Purple Sage, and Chris Barron, who used to lead the Spin Doctors — a band that was very jam-band-friendly, despite the two poppy songs they somehow got on the radio in the '90s.

The whole thing benefits the Cleveland Municipal School District's All-City Arts Program, which provides lessons, performances, exhibitions, and other arts-related things to local kids. It starts at 6 p.m.

The ticket price for the event is kinda pricey (hey, it's a benefit), but your $150 gets food from Gavi, two drinks, a silent auction, valet parking (actually a blessing at the Beachland), and the chance to hear "Two Princes" for the first time in years.

Human Fund benefit admission: $150

Memories of that drunken frat party you went to in 1992 where you made out with that really cute girl while that Spin Doctors song played: priceless. —Michael Gallucci

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