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Help Bobby Holland See In 2020 (GoFundMe Fundraiser/LIVE Show)

Saturday, February 8 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Friends – Let’s help our friend Bobby see in 2020!
Producer, engineer, and musician extraordinaire Bobby Holland has a genetic degenerative retina condition that is causing him to slowly go blind. He was recently approved to participate in a cutting edge stem cell treatment in Thailand that could dramatically change his life. He needs $35k to make this happen – and after the launch of his GoFundMe a few weeks ago we are currently over halfway there! We are hosting this event as a way for Bobby’s friends and the music community to help him get closer to his goal – and to get more of his vision back! Come hang out, listen to some great music, and/or play some music for and with him, and bring your friends!
This is a free show, but donations would be SO very appreciated – and will help Bobby get to Thailand sooner! A $10 donation will also get you a free beverage from Sam Adams or Truly. :)
Doors @ 5 pm with Sam Gyllenhaal Band as pre-party entertainment. Sets from Lauren Autry, Paige Nichols, Rae Hering, and Brad Sample. Closing down the night with a “BOBBY JAM” with Bobby hosting a set of very special guests!!!

Can’t attend? You can still help! Learn more about Bobby’s condition and donate to help Bobby see here: gofundme.com/helpbobbysee
Donations can be made night-of in Cash, Venmo or Credit card via Square. There will be a few SILENT AUCTION ITEMS as well! If you have something you’d like to donate, please reach out to SutlerBooking@gmail.com and connect with Ashley Evans for your donation.
More questions about science-related things? Bobby is your guy, and he is an open book! Feel free to reach out to him directly. In the words of Bobby’s great friend Heather Bond: “The most important thing to know about this GoFundMe is that we have the opportunity to help Bobby Holland. We have the opportunity to change his life and be part of something extraordinary. In his words, “If I don’t do it, it won’t work.” Somehow, Bobby remains one of the most optimistic, adventurous people I know – despite living with his condition. Did I mention he’s a rock climber? When he told me about this surgery, my instinct was to ask a million questions. But the truth is, there’s only one question to ask, and that is: How can I help?”

Thank you all so much for your support!
– Kristina & Ashley