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Ticket price are $10 in advance and $20 the day of the show for General Admission.
$25 for VIP tickets (not available at the anderson locations) including seating at Fleetwood’s Patio and Private Cash Bar.
Limited tickets available at: The Swamp Show, The Anderson’s (Maumee and Toledo) or online below.
Sometime in the Fall of 2007, over some much needed cocktails at Doc Watson's, Nicole Khoury and Dave Carpenter talked over how cool the name "Acoustics for Autism" was for a musical benefit. It was left at that. In January of 2008, Nicole brought the idea to life and began planning what was supposed to be a small benefit for a cause that was dear to her heart. Seeing the struggles of close friends with the financial burdens of having…Find out more »
Our 2nd Acoustics for Autism proved to be even bigger than the year before. With over $10,000 raised we were able to award more scholarships to children in the area. Local favorites Bobby May, John Barile, Pat Lewandowski, Brian Bocian, Kyle White, The Jaeglers, Jason Quick, Arctic Clam and many others once again joined us on stage for the event. Acoustics for Autism 2009 GalleryFind out more »
In 2010, after utilizing our volunteers so much in the prior years, Project iAm became more selective in events to which we lent our name and help. Our third annual Acoustics for Autism expanded to the vacant funiture store next to The Village Idiot for our Silent Auction and new second music venue. This primarily became our "kid area" and showcased various teenage acts in addition to our other loyal musicians. Having the extra space that this event so dearly…Find out more »
In 2011, we received a generous donation from Michael Thompson (Sound guru for our friends in Skid Row) of an autographed and framed Mohammed Ali vs. Joe Fraizer "Fight of the Century" picture. With donations of this caliber, Acoustics for Autism 2010 was able to rake in our highest dollar amount to date of over $17,000. Again, with the loyalty of our local musicians, we had people from all over coming to The Village Idiot to celebrate our amazing cause.…Find out more »
2012 started out with our biggest Acoustics for Autism to date. Raising over $15,000, the event now spanned over three venues in Uptown Maumee and rocked well into the early morning hours of the next day.Find out more »
Toledo Free Press - Musicians come together for Acoustics for Autism Toledo Free Press- Close Conant Street for project iAm Video'sFind out more »
2014 has started out with the planning of yet again, the biggest Acoustics for Autism ever! With over 33 bands, thousands of dollars in donated goods, and our first ever Acoustics for Autism CD, we have yet again put Project iAm on the map. Maumee Mirror 2014 - Annual Acoustics for Autism Toledo Free Press March 7 2014 - Musicians Unite for Acoustics for Autism Fundraiser Video's Joe Woods Acoustics for Autism 2014 Arctic Clam Acoustics for Autism 2014 Captain…Find out more »
On September 19, 2009, Project iAm hosted its first rock concert at the Erie Street Market. The day consisted of acoustic acts including, Kyle White, Dave Carpenter and the Jaglers, Empire Drift, and Arctic Clam. The night was capped off with none other than Skid Row. This successful event brought over 700 people out on a Sunday supporting a great cause. We also held an iMazing Race for Autism which raised nearly $5000. Video Center Our VIP winner Trey being…Find out more »