Singer, Songwriter, and activist Shelley Segal is on tour and has offered the secular community of Fresno the chance to see her in ...
Shelley Segal in Fresno
Singer, Songwriter, and activist Shelley Segal is on tour and has offered the secular community of Fresno the chance to see her in an exclusive performance!
Date: Tuesday, February 28th
Time: 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Location: Maw ‘n Paw Barbecue, 2686 N Clovis Ave (see map)
Tickets / cost: Donations (see below)
You may know Shelley from her song “Saved” which is currently being used as the Intro music to the Atheist Experience video call-in show hosted by the Atheist Community of Austin.
Tickets / cost:
Click on the button on the right to make a donation and help CVAAS bring Shelley to our own private performance. We’ve already raised over a third of the costs in the first day!
This GoFundMe will pay for Shelley’s appearance and fees and will be used to secure the venue.
If we do not meet our goal, then CVAAS will cancel the event and all money will be returned.
However, if we DO meet our goal, then CVAAS will add a “stretch goal” and from that we will provide a free dinner to everyone who attends!
Maw ‘n Paw Barbecue will supply the venue and the dinner for this event. If you attended last year’s “Heretic’s Barbecue” you may remember the delicious food catered for us by Maw ‘n Paw. We will offer a meal for Shelley’s performance. Tri-tip & chicken, plus two sides, bread, and a drink all for $8.50 (plus tax).
Of course, if we meet our stretch goal then dinner will be free for all attendees!
Seating for this event is limited to 60 people, but everyone who donates $15 or more will be guaranteed one seat.
So, what do you say? We all know that the secular community is important, now we have the chance to show it! Make a donation and help this event happen!
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