Suits that Rock will rock out a benefit for Carnegie’s youth arts programs — and provide a great party too
The Carnegie’s annual Suits That Rock benefit concerts return to The Carnegie’s Otto M. Budig stage on June 16 & 23 for two great nights of live music. The Suits will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the college classic movie Animal House, with Suits That Rock: Toga Party.
This June 45 business and community leaders from Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati will embrace their rock star alter egos and take to The Carnegie’s Otto M. Budig Stage for the 11th year of concerts. Since its inception, Suits That Rock has raised more than $800,000 for arts education programming at The Carnegie. The money is used to fund programming at 60 schools and organizations around the region allowing 31,500 students to participate in music, dance, art, and drama activities.
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