College Possible and CircleRock’s second annual Circle of Impact event is on Tuesday, October 29 and you don’t want to miss it!
Join us for an evening of exceptional music, incredible stories and handcrafted food and drink benefiting College Possible students.
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
6:00 – 8:00 pm Cocktail Reception, Mingling & Program
8:00 – 10:00 pm Concert
300 2nd St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Individual Ticket: $125
Young Professional Ticket (Under 35): $50
Four Pack of Tickets: $400
You may purchase tickets or make a donation online or by calling Amy at 612-252-4374.
Enjoy exclusive performances by some of Minnesota’s most talented musicians. Get ready to dance to your favorite hits from Prince, Stevie Wonder, and more!
Tommy Barbarella – the New Power Generation
CircleRock is a menswear retailer and web community that celebrates men of character and aspiration. The Circle represents the families, friendships, colleagues, mentors and partners of our lives. The Rock represents the principles we admire — courage, integrity, respect, compassion, leadership and engagement. In our product offerings and our content, we strive to help you “up your game” and stand out.
College Possible is a nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty by empowering students from low-income backgrounds to become college graduates. Through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support, students receive the tools and resources they need to earn admission to college and graduate. Since its founding in Saint Paul in 2000, 98% of College Possible students have been admitted to college. Overall, they are four times more likely to earn a college degree than their low-income peers.
Is there a dress code for Circle of Impact?
There is no dress code, but we encourage you to come dressed for a fun night of music. Since this event is on a workday, please feel free to arrive dressed in your business attire.
Can I make a donation to College Possible before the event?
Thank you for your support! You may make a gift online anytime or by calling Amy at 612-252-4374.
Is parking available near the Machine Shop?
Limited handicap-accessible parking spots are available in the lot just east of the venue.