The New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic & Assistance Foundation is partnering with Bacchanal Wine and Cathead Vodka for the first-ever “Sip N Serve the Music Community” on Wednesday.
A specialty menu of Mississippi-based Cathead Vodka cocktails will be served —including a Dirty Coast Martini and Mississippi Mule — with $1 from each purchase benefiting NOMC and the New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation (NOMAF).
Guests will also get the chance to dance to the sounds of Jesse Morrow and the burlesque-dancing “naughty nurses” of NOMAF, all while learning more about the services the clinic provides for the New Orleans cultural community.
“At a time when community healthcare needs support the most, we’re so proud that distinguished institutions in culinary arts and music culture like Bacchanal are giving back,” NOMAF’s Managing Director, Erica Dudas, said in a release.
The party kicks off at 7:30 p.m. at Bacchanal Wine, 600 Poland Ave., on Wednesday. To learn more about the event, or the RSVP, click here.
Founded in 1998 by a coalition of music advocates, NOMC became the 1st comprehensive clinic for musicians, performing artists and cultural workers in the USA and currently provides culturally-sensitive primary medical care to more than 2,500 patients. The New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation (NOMAF) supports and operates the NOMC and additionally serves as a health advocacy organization for the larger music community to promote wellness and health literacy.