Mercury Lounge, situated throughout the road from BurnCo BBQ at 1745 S. Boston Ave., will host a daylong profit live performance Sunday to boost funds for the restaurant, which was destroyed by hearth Wednesday evening.
“Let’s get collectively for an excellent time and an excellent trigger this Sunday,” states a submit on the Mercury Lounge Fb web page. “Begins at midday, come dangle all day, hear some superb native music, and donate to our mates at BurnCo and FarmBar.”
BurnCo, the place the hearth began, was a complete loss. FarmBar, which the Tulsa World named one of the best restaurant of the 12 months in 2020, has smoke and water injury from the hearth.
In a press release on the BurnCo Fb web page, chef and proprietor Adam Myers posted: “Information and hearth unfold rapidly and by now you’ve undoubtedly heard concerning the hearth at our flagship retailer at 18th & Boston. Whereas proper now we don’t have all of the solutions for the quite a few questions you all have. One factor we will do is proceed to serve the neighborhood a few of our state’s greatest BBQ at our Jenks location. Assist us out by bringing your appetites as we rebuild higher than earlier than. Whereas BurnCo is an organization, additionally it is a neighborhood!”
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Admission to the Mercury Lounge occasion is free, however donations will probably be accepted on the door that can go to staff of BurnCo and FarmBar to offset misplaced wages. All proceeds from gross sales on the venue’s Patio Grill from midday to three p.m. may even be donated to the trigger.
A “Bluegrass Brunch” with Johnny Mullenax will start the occasion at midday. Different artists scheduled to carry out embrace Tequila Kim, Brandon Clark, Kalyn Fay, Beau Roberson, Paul Benjaman, Cassie Latshaw, and Dane & the Soup.
Gallery: Hearth destroys a lot of BurnCo BBQ at 18th and Boston
BurnCo BBQ’s historic constructing burns at 18th and Boston