Enjoy a night of music and help raise money for the National Alliance on Mental Illness Greater Mississippi Valley at the upcoming Life is Beautiful concert on Saturday, Nov. 25, at the Raccoon Motel in downtown Davenport.
Doors at the Raccoon Motel, 315 E. Second St., will open at 5 p.m. with the show beginning at 6 p.m. Quad Cities comedian Tori House will host the event, which will feature comedy from improv group Bubble Pig, followed by performances from four bands: Dynoride, Jerm Theory, The House Flies and King Supr3m3.
Admission is a free-will donation to NAMI Greater Mississippi Valley with all proceeds benefiting people in the Quad Cities, NAMI said in a news release. T-shirts will be for sale for $20, with $10 going to NAMI.
The Davenport-based NAMI provides free, nationally developed mental health education and support programs to those living with a mental health condition, as well as their families and friends. These services are provided to people in the greater Quad Cities region, including five counties in eastern Iowa and three counties in western Illinois. For more information, visit namigmv.org.