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Album release concert & fundraiser in the HIPP! "Still Dreaming" by Robert Ranson!

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Celebrate reggae-rock artist Robert Ranson’s album premiere for “Still Dreaming” featuring special guest FeelFree to benefit CARITAS. During the event, we will be raffling off a $5K Sandals Vacation Package, which can be redeemed at any Sandals resort - all attendees will be automatically entered to win. Learn more about our event's beneficiary, CARITAS, at

$25 - General Admission - 1 raffle ticket entry
$35 - Silver Ticket (2 raffle ticket entries)
$50 - Gold Ticket (5 raffle ticket entries)

Donations will be accepted during the event.
Family-friendly - children of all ages are welcome to attend. Ticket purchase for children is required.
Food menus will be available for the first 2 hours of the show. Limited seating available in the balcony area.

7 - Doors
7-8 p.m. - Cocktail Hour
8 p.m. - FeelFree
9 p.m. - CARITAS and Sponsor Spotlight
9:20 p.m. - Robert Ranson
10:30 p.m. - RAFFLE
11:00 Encore & last call
11:30 End of show – lights on

United by compassion, CARITAS helps our most vulnerable neighbors break the cycles of homelessness and addiction to reclaim their dignity. Their purpose is to provide effective, permanent solutions to individuals and families dealing with the crisis of homelessness and/or addiction in the Metro Richmond area.

Robert Ranson's broad sweep of styles is evident at the outset, from the island groove and wistful melody that surges so sweetly to the islands. Blending blues, jazz, rock, reggae, afro-cuban and country all enter into his musical mix, echoes of Steely Dan, Pablo Cruise and Eric Clapton are also evident throughout.

Formed in 2010 in Alexandria, VA on the outskirts of Washington D.C., FeelFree’s smooth rock sound incorporates elements of reggae with hard hitting horn lines, tasteful guitar work, and catchy songs. The band independently released their third album "Define the Free" at a packed album release show in July of 2018 after premiering their single "Lonely Life" with critically acclaimed Rootfire Cooperative. The album would go on to win Best Reggae Album of 2018 at Washington D.C.’s 31st annual Wammie Awards.