In Sod We Trust at the Hi-Tone 

Nothing brings Memphians together like good food, good music, and an opportunity to publically demonstrate to prevent cars and car-related interests from wrecking Overton Park. This Easter Sunday, while others are parading about in their finest seersucker, hunting eggs, and driving the 240 loop in their fancy Easter bonnets, friends of Overton Park can gather at the Hi-Tone Cafe for an all-ages fund-raiser benefiting both the Overton Park Conservancy legal fund and the Get Off Our Lawn initiative to prevent overflow zoo parking on the Greensward.

Conceived by singer and multi-instrumentalist Marcella Simien, and arranged by drummer-turned-frontman Graham Winchester, In Sod We Trust is an epic, six-hour concert showcasing some of Midtown's most creative musicians, including sets by both of its organizers.

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A $10 donation at the door buys access to all the music and vending.

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Bands scheduled to appear include Artistik Approach, Chickasaw Mound, Chinese Connection Dub Embassy, Dave Cousar, Faux Killas, Hope Clayburn, Marcella & Her Lovers, Southern Avenue, Tony Manard, Winchester and the Ammunition, Zigadoo Moneyclips. Participating Vendors: Dirty Cotton, Eponymous Print Co., Farmhouse Marketing, Guerilla Stone, MEMPopS, Shangri-La Records, Sushi Jimmi, and Yanni's Food Truck.

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