Sales Will Help Provide Utility Assistance to Families in Crisis
For $50, a patron can not only help a family in need of utility assistance but also eat, drink and watch Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland, Rapper Al Kapone and others locked in a lip-sync battle at the Hard Rock Café, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., on April 14.
LipSync Plus ticket sales will benefit the Plus-1 Program, a Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division program administered by the Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association.
LipSync Plus will feature Strickland, Kapone, Food Network Star Gina Neely, Radio Host Bev Johnson, Mark “It’s All Good” Goodfellow and the top four contestants from an online competition. The top online winner will face the top celebrity in order to be named the LipSync Plus Grand Champion.
The event is also presented by the Memphis Comedy Festival, The Hard Rock Café, Tennessee Valley Authority, New Horizon Apartments and WMC Action Five News.
Tickets can be purchased at www.lipsyncplus.com or call 529-4569.