Night of Giving

A night of musical entertainment to raise awareness and support for those in need

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The 17th annual Night of Giving returns this year in-person on Thursday, Dec. 15 at The Center for the Arts, a new venue and space generously donated by The Center. After two years of virtual shows, this is the first in-person Night of Giving since 2019 and one you won’t want to miss! Ticketholders will enjoy an amazing evening of musical entertainment featuring local talent and renowned artists, tasty tidbits, on top of a raffle and silent auction.

We’d like to acknowledge and thank the late Mikail Graham who headed Night of Giving for 15 faithful years. This year, musician and volunteer Maggie McKaig is the Creative Director of Night of Giving. For those unaware, she and Mikail together started Night of Giving back at Cooper’s Bar in Nevada City. Maggie will carry on the long-standing Night of Giving tradition of offering musical merriment while raising funding for individuals and families without a home.

Returning musicians and new musicians interested in donating their time and talent to perform at this year’s Night of Giving are invited to connect with the event planning team at Hospitality House to learn of potential musical opportunities. Please email info@hhshelter.org or call (530) 615-0852. Featured performers will be finalized by this October.

Hospitality House is also looking for local businesses to sponsor Night of Giving as well as volunteers to help with event set up/breakdown/flow. If you or someone you know would like to learn about sponsorship or volunteer opportunities, please email info@hhshelter.org or call (530) 615-0852.

Tickets & Scheduled Artists

Band and artist announcements will be made as early as mid-October. Tickets are expected to go on sale in early November. Please check back then.

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Grass Valley, CA 95945

Shelter Line: (530) 271-7144

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