Nashville, Tenn. (November 16, 2016) – North Carolina’s PBS channel, UNC-TV will be airing country band, Parmalee’s “Feels Like Carolina Flood Relief Benefit” concert statewide Wednesday, November 23 at 9 p.m. EDT.
Last month, N.C. native and platinum selling country band, Parmalee announced it had teamed up with the American Red Cross for the “Feels Like Carolina Flood Relief Benefit” concert to foster the aid of Hurricane Matthew victims in North Carolina. 100% of the net proceeds will go to East North Carolina Red Cross. The concert will take place at Parmalee’s alma mater of East Carolina University, in the Minges Coliseum on Friday, November 18. Tickets are still available and can be purchased at www.feelslikecarolina.com.
Parmalee’s friends and fellow BBR Music Group artists, Grammy-nominated country duo Thompson Square and harmonic-newcomers Runaway June will be joining them, along with N.C. native Luke Combs and RCA Nashville artist Dee Jay Silver.
UNC-TV continues to report on the devastating impact Hurricane Matthew has had on much of the state. At its peak of destruction, Hurricane Matthew left nearly 900,000 homes and businesses without power. The natural disaster claimed a heartbreaking 26 lives in North Carolina while leaving 36,000 individuals asking for federal assistance.
“UNC-TV is dedicated to education and community engagement across North Carolina and continues to provide information and support for the residents who have had their lives affected by Hurricane Matthew,” says Jeff Smith of UNC-TV. “We hope this program will bring awareness to the needs of the people still recovering from the flooding and subsequent issues related to the storm in Eastern North Carolina.”
Tickets for the “Feels Like Carolina Flood Relief Benefit” concert are currently available. Additionally, a limited number of VIP tickets are available for purchase which includes access to the exclusive VIP Party where Parmalee, Thompson Square, Runaway June and Luke Combs will participate in a private acoustic performance and meet-n-greet.
For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.feelslikecarolina.com.