Harold Melvin's Blue Notes

On October 13, 2018
19:30 - 21:30
150 Bridge Street
01103, Springfield

ART for the soul GALLERY is working in collaboration with Harold Melvin's Blue Notes and CityStage & Symphony Hall on this event.  Go to their website: https://art4thesoul.org/

About ART for the Soul Fundraising Gala:


Gallery Fundraiser

Saturday, October 13th at 7:30 PM
General Admission (Sold Only At CityStage): $40 - $45
VIP Tickets: $100

Art for the Soul Gallery is excited to announce our first ever scholarship fundraising gala! This October, Harold Melvin's Bluenotes will be performing live at CityStage.

VIP tickets are $100 and can be purchased from any of our board members. VIP guests will be able to meet with the band and enjoy other special privileges such as prime show seating, a photo opportunity with the band, light refreshments, complimentary drink, priority bidding on the silent auction, and free entrance into Smokey Joe's. Doors will open at 6 pm for VIP ticket holders only for the reception. At the end of the performance, head over to Smokey Joe's Cigar Lounge for the after party!

Art for the Soul Gallery will award a $500 check to support The Boys & Girls Club Family Center on Acorn Street in Springfield.

The silent auction will include a variety of pieces from various artists featured in the gallery.

For more information, email the gallery or call us at 413-231-4598 or 413-301-6314

Just a few of our items up for auction:

For Additional Information about Art for the Soul please go to their website: https://art4thesoul.org


Harold Melvin's Blue Notes - Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes was one of the most popular Philadelphia soul bands, topping the charts in the ‘70s collaborating with legendary production duo/songwriting team Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff. Their hits included the iconic tunes "If You Don't Know Me By Now," "The Love I Lost," "Wake Up Everybody" and "Don't Leave Me This Way,” and featured famed lead singer Teddy Pendergrass.

After Melvin passed away and Pendergrass left the band to pursue a solo career, the group carried on as Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes. Now the quartet continues Melvin’s tradition, performing across the country delivering their legendary smooth soul stylings, irresistible dance moves and timeless music to a whole new generation of fans.

Tickets:       $45 & $40