There is only one thing better than live music — live music paired with both a good cause and free beer. The Environmental Music and Arts Project, or eMAP, plans to do just that, bringing together local musicians and artists to raise money for the protection of the environment.
eMAP's bi-monthly events will bring together musicians, artists and awareness for environmental issues. A different local environmental non-profit will benefit from each show.
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