Top Christian artist Crowder will headline a month of virtual concert events designed to raise awareness of the challenges and opportunities people with disabilities face, and how far they’ve come in achieving independence and lives of promise.
Bethesda, a national nonprofit organization supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is bringing artists and fans together during National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in March. The Better Together Concert Series will feature:
- Monday, March 1, 8 p.m. ET: An Evening with Jess Meuse and Friends. Broadcast from Cornerstone Village in Victoria, Minn., enjoy a special performance from American Idol finalist Jessica Meuse featuring her song written especially for the people Bethesda supports, “Because You Love Me.”
- Thursday, March 18, 8 p.m. ET: At Home with the Cash Family. Coming straight from Nashville, Cindy Cash and Mark Alan, daughter and nephew of Johnny Cash, will serenade concertgoers with some of Johnny’s most popular tunes, as well as give an exclusive look at one of his favorite places where many of his legendary songs were written and performed.
- Thursday, March 25, 7:30 p.m. ET: LIVE – Better Together: A Free Virtual Concert Featuring Crowder. Join Bethesda and Christian music superstar Crowder for a live performance from Forest Hill Church in Charlotte, N.C., as he inspires with his music and helps shine a light on people with disabilities and their many talents. This event is the same day as Bethesda’s Better Together day of giving. Complete concert information, including links to RSVP, can be found at IncludeAllAbilities.com/Concert.