Fargo-based Unseen, an anti-human trafficking nonprofit, will host its annual Fall Fire on Friday, September 24, 2021. Fall Fire is a annual night of music and highlights of anti-trafficking wins from this last year.
The event celebrates the thousands of vulnerable people who have received help from Unseen’s global partners and reignites the fire to continue the fight together. Fall Fire will take place at the Essentia Health Plaza at The Lights in West Fargo and is free and open to the public.
Nashville-based band, Remedy Drive, will headline the night joined by local band, Walking Phoenix. Remedy Drive is an alternative rock band based in Nashville, Tennessee who has released a trilogy of counter-trafficking albums shining a light on human trafficking. Since 2014, Remedy Drive and its fans have raised over $500,000 in donations for organizations that fight human trafficking.
Unseen, headquartered in Fargo, is a nonprofit accelerating the fight against human trafficking and its root causes here in the US and 33 countries around the world.
Unseen functions as a marketing partner, collaborating with a portfolio of vetted organizations to formulate growth strategies together and building roadmaps to help them achieve their goals. We manage and deliver 100+ strategic marketing projects annually for our partners who in turn use them to raise more funds. Unseen fills a critical role in helping these organizations grow their capacity to reach more vulnerable people and stop more exploiters, faster.
IF YOU GO
Unseen’s Fall Fire — Concert to Fuel the Fight Against Human Trafficking
Friday, September 24th, 7:30 – 9:00pm
The Lights, 3150 Sheyenne St. West Fargo, ND