FavorHouse of Northwest Florida will be hosting a Benefit Show featuring American Idol finalists and Domestic Violence Survivors, Wade Cota and Jess Meuse. The event concludes the organization’s 40-40-40 campaign, a 40-day initiative with the goal to raise $40,000 in honor of the commencement of the nonprofit’s 40th year. The show will be held at the Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio at 1000 College Boulevard, Pensacola, Florida, 32504 on Saturday, October 26.
Proceeds of the campaign will benefit the operations of FavorHouse and planning for a new shelter that will support Domestic Violence Survivors in creating a bridge to their new beginning.
LIMITED VIP TABLES
VIP Tables, seating eight guests, are on sale now for $1,000. VIP tables include a formal, plated dinner, as well as a short, private show and a meet-and-greet with performers. VIP pre-show event begins at 5:00 p.m.
General Admission tickets are on sale now for $40. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7:00*.
*Food and beverages are not permitted in General Admission seating.
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ABOUT JESS MEUSE
Jess Meuse is a musician from Slapout, Alabama who has performed for audiences since she was 10-years-old. At age 20, the singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist and classically trained violinist won Stars of Alabama, a statewide artist showcase.
In 2012, Jess was featured on season 3 of NBC's The Voice. The following year, she performed on the Vans Warped Tour stage. Later, Jess secured a spot as a Top 4 National Finalist on American Idol, judged by Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr. During the American Idol finals, Jess made history by becoming the first artist to perform their own original song. She went on join the Idols LIVE Tour, performing in 40+ cities across the USA and Canada.
ABOUT WADE COTA
Wade Cota is a singer/songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona. A childhood Domestic Violence Survivor, Wade captured the hearts of audiences across America during his audition for American Idol in its most recent season. He went on to become a Top 4 Finalist on the show.
Before his rise to fame on Idol, Wade performed at all of Arizona's major venues as the front man of his band Sugar Water.