The Pyramid Cabaret is always interested in hosting benefit concerts to help broaden and unite surrounding communities. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries.
Here are just a few of the past benefit concerts we’ve had the privilege of hosting:
Disney For The Fun Of It
The Pyramid Cabaret choose one deserving family, The Morgado Family (Thomas, Kelly, Dalvin and Tyren) to send to Disneyland in 2006! It was our desire to bring smiles and lasting memories to a young family. The Pyramid Cabaret and its employees organized fundraisers as well as donated wages and tips to make this wonderful event happen! It has been going strong annually ever since.
90s Tribute Fundraiser
Marymound Benefit - Sweet Alibi - Sierra Noble - SC Mira
Gene Pyrz - May 30 - web
Marymound Fundraiser 2011
Marymound Fundraiser 2010
MATAO Hypnotist show
"This is a party with a conscience that in no way restricts its fun. The money we make from ticket sales goes towards helping environmental groups and has also gone towards an Eco grant, awarding ambitious students who are trying to find solutions to the climate change at the local level."
Let's Get Folk'ed Up Fundraiser
Wild Strawberry Fundraiser
"Wild Strawberry Children's Centre is a great daycare in Winnipeg's west end. It has three centres to serve toddlers, preschoolers and school age kids. It celebrates the kid's multicultural backgrounds with a variety of celebrations throughout the year like Aboriginal, Diwali and Chinese New Year. As great of a place as it is, because it is in the innercity, it has problems making ends meet. So I'm calling on my friends from the music and entertainment industry to help out this great place and the kids who go there everyday!"
Music In Unity Concert: Idle No More
The Pyramid recently hosted an Idle No More fundraiser that featured performances by EAGLE & HAWK, JOHN K. SAMSON, LORENZO, WILLIAM PRINCE, WAB KINEW and SCOTT NOLAN (with Joanna Miller).
Bob King Tribute
"Bob King was in Kornstock with Fred Penner and AL Simmons and they were gods in the 70s on the Canadian music scene. Bob has cancer and the Winnipeg music community has a night for Bob on the 23rd of September hosted by The Pyramid."