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20th venue confirmed for A Night Out For Music Heals

By DH Vancouver Staff, DH Vancouver Staff Mar 02, 2013 8:40 am

The Music Heals Charitable Foundation has confirmed that 20 venues will be supporting the second annual A Night Out For Music Heals, which was formed “to help raise awareness of the healing powers of music and to help fundraise for Music Therapy and related services across Canada.” The second annual A Night Out For Music Heals (on March 2) kicks off Music Therapy Month in March.

The following establishments in Vancouver and Whistler will be supporting A Night Out For Music Heals by donating $1 from every cover charge to music therapy programs across the province. The public can support by simply going out that night. Join the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #NightOut4MH.



Bar None

1222 Hamilton Street

Caprice Night Club

967 Granville Street

Fan Club

1050 Granville Street

Fortune Sound Club

147 East Pender Street

Ginger 62

1219 Granville Street

Joe’s Apartment

919 Granville Street

Library Square

300 West Georgia Street

Railway Club

579 Dunsmuir Street

Relish GastroPub & Bar

888 Nelson Street


958 Granville Street

The Blarney Stone

216 Carrall Street

The Cellar

1006 Granville Street

The Charles Bar

136 W Cordova Street

The Lamplighter

92 Water Street

The Media Club

695 Cambie Street

The Roxy

32 Granville Street


881 Granville Street


Buffalo Bills

4122 Village Green


4119 Golfers Approach

The Longhorn Saloon

4284 Mountain Square


About Music Heals

“Music Heals is a not-for-profit society incorporated in B.C. and (it’s) registered with Canada Revenue Agency as a charitable foundation. The Music Heals Charitable Foundation raises awareness of the healing powers of music and fundraises for music therapy and related services across Canada. Their mission is to unite music therapy-related charitable initiatives, and increase patient accessibility to music therapy in children’s hospitals, seniors’ homes, palliative care facilities, at-risk youth programs and more; (and) to support a wide range of music therapy services to communities across Canada by providing ongoing funding for those agencies that develop and use music therapy.”

For more information, and to see a Public Service Announcement (P.S.A.) featuring Prevail, visit:

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DH Vancouver Staff
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