The Levitt Shell Sunday will be the setting for the Mid-South Transplant Foundation’s Linking Hands for Life celebration at the Levitt Shell.
The free event, which kicks off at 2 p.m., will feature a medley of music, dance and theatre performances by Billy Rivers, Red Hot Lindy Hop, Star & Micey, Hattiloo Theatre, The Westmoreland String Band and Tonya Dyson.
Also during the event, Mid-South organ, tissue and blood donors and recipients will join hands in a symbolic chain representing the cycle of life. Biodegradable balloons will be given to all to be released in memory and thanksgiving of those who gave the gift of life.
Linking Hands for Life will take place Sunday rain or shine, and the public is encouraged to bring chairs and blankets. Food vendors will be available on site.
Visit www.MidsouthTransplant.org for more information.