Thursday, April 29, 2010

Who Wants To Tour with State Radio & Volunteer in Local Communities with the Band? UHHH ...

LOVE State Radio and Calling All Crows!

photo: State Radio

I did a community service project with members of State Radio, Calling All Crows, and the band's fans as a representative of the HeadCount San Francisco Team earlier this year, and then set up a HeadCount outreach table at the band's Fillmore Auditorium show that night.

photo: Rachel and I at the HeadCount outreach table

Then I got to work with them again on behalf of Surfrider, regarding a stream cleanup with the Washington, DC Surfrider Chapter.

photo: State Radio, Calling All Crows, fans and Surfrider volunteers

Then when the band was in DC again for the Save My Oceans Tour they again joined Surfrider DC for a cleanup, and Surfrider had an outreach booth at the concert.

The latest is that they are joining the Surfrider San Francisco Chapter for a beach cleanup on May 23. LOVE THEM!

So I am very excited about the band's newest announcement - Alternative Break Tour II: Northeast Corridor! - saw it on Facebook this AM. Sounds like this will be a really good time:)

From Calling All Crows:

When we decided to host Calling All Crows' first ever Alternative Break Tour this past March, we weren't really sure what to expect. But with an incredible crew of volunteers, awesome service partners, delicious food, local flavor, some great rock shows in truly historic venues, and an unforgettable experience for all involved, we decided we just had to do it again!

But why wait until next spring?!

We don't want to wait either, which is why it is our pleasure to announce...

Alternative Break Tour II: Northeast Corridor!

Over June 14-20, 2010, a dozen service-minded State Radio fans will have the opportunity to devote a week of summer vacation to volunteer with environmental service organizations up and down the Northeast Corridor, experience the region’s Revolutionary history, make new friends from across the country, and enjoy some of State Radio's largest shows of the year!

Mon., 6/14 - Arrive in Boston, meet up with tour bus
Tue. 6/15 - Service project and show in New York City
Wed. 6/16 - Service project and show in Vienna
Thu. 6/17 - Service project and show in Philadelphia
Fri. 6/18 - Service training, field trip and show in Boston
Sat. 6/19 - Massive, tour-ending service day in Boston
Sun. 6/20 - Depart Boston

A typical day on Alternative Break Tour II looks a little something like this:
9:00am - Breakfast
10:00am - Team Meeting
11:00am - Service Project
4:00pm - Upload Photos and Video, Blog
7:00pm - Dinner
8:00pm - State Radio
1:00am - Sweet Dreams

For the rest of the info (including app details) go here.

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