On Thursday, May 30, join alumni, families, friends, and guests of Brother Martin High School for a great night of music and more at Tipitina’s (501 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans) for the 5th Annual 'Marty Gras' benefiting the Marley Hurley Band Endowment at Brother Martin. This concert is in honor of legendary drummer and former Brother Martin Band Director, Marty Hurley.
Performances by Bag of Donuts, Peabody, Bucktown All- Stars, The Brother Martin Stage Band & Drumline along with special guests. Mark Romig '74, Arthur Hardy, and Keith Spera ’85 are scheduled to appear and more!
Purchase tickets for $100 VIP or $25 for general admission. VIP tickets include balcony viewing, drink coupons and food. Advanced tickets can be purchased at the Tipitina’s box office, tipitinas.com, or the Brother Martin Alumni Advancement Office and/or our website. Tickets purchased from Brother Martin's website can be picked up from the Advancement Office and/or names will be available at will call at the event. All proceeds will benefit the Marty Hurley Band Endowment at Brother Martin High School.
All sponsor levels include the following:
Listing in Century II, website, Annual Report & Sponsor Board, and Signs on each party table.
8 VIP Tickets • 8 VIP Gift Packages • Mentions on stage
Main Sponsor listing on master Sponsor Board
4 VIP Tickets • 4 VIP Gift Packages • Mentions on stage
2 VIP Tickets • 2 VIP Gift Packages
2 General Admission Tickets
Guests must be 18 & older to enter the doors at Tipitina's and must be 21 & older to drink!
About the Marty Hurley Band Endowment:
The Marty Hurley Band Endowment honoring Marty Hurley is established in the St. Aloysius Century Foundation to support Brother Martin High School. Musician, composer and master teacher, Marty Hurley served for 37 years in service to the students at Brother Martin as Band Director. Under Mr. Hurley, the Brother Martin Band was a model of excellence, continually achieving superior ratings at LMEA festivals. The purpose of the endowment is to provide financial support for Brother Martin in an area most important to him during his years at the school – the instrumental music program.