Update: This event has sold out!

A large group of local musicians have organized Don’t Tell Me This Town Ain’t Got No Heart, a collaboration of over 25 acts who will perform at the Pour House (1977 Maybank Hwy.) tomorrow night to benefit the Mother Emanual Hope Fund. The response has been overwhelming, prompting the limited-capacity venue to arrange a special tiered-ticketing system so more can take part.

There will be three tiers of tickets: a $10 deck pass providing access to the deck stage from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m.; a $10 evening/indoor pass providing access to the venue’s main stage deck after 9 p.m. and for the duration of the evening; and a limited $20 all-inclusive pass for the entire day (deck as well as inside) from 4 p.m.

All bar sales, ticket sales, raffle money, and silent auction funds will go directly to the fund.

Pre-sale tickets can be purchased today at noon here. At the time of purchase, you’ll have the option to make an additional donation to the fund. The Pour House asks that you be respectful when purchasing your ticket, careful to only buy the tier which your schedule permits so more folks can come out and enjoy the show.

Sponsors Lee Distributors and Charleston Distilling Co., with the help of Snyder Events, will be set up in the parking lot with satellite bars so as to provide plenty of space for everyone to spread out.

From 5 p.m., there will also be a silent auction and raffle live online here (via the Bidr app), so you’ll be able to take part even if you’re unable to come out to the Pour House.

When at the show, feel free to use these hashtags on social media: #CHSmusicheals, #CharlestonStrong, and #LoveLiveMusic.

Tuesday’s performers include Josh Roberts and the Hinges, Dead 27s, The Reckoning, Rodeo Clown, Travelin’ Kine, members of Dangermuffin, Sol Driven Train, The Lowhills, Guilt Ridden Troubadour, Runaway Gin, Honeysmoke, Ross Bogan, Stratton Moore, Mike Quinn, Mackie Boles, Jeff Kozelski, Aaron Firetag, and more.