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Okay. So Houlihan's, which is a national chain restaurant that was founded in, and is still based in, Kansas City, is doing a thing with VH1's Save the Music program where they travel to a bunch of cities, go to big-time concerts there, try to get celebrities to sign musical instruments, and then auction them off to raise money for music education. They're calling it Hou Gives a Flute, because sometimes they call themselves the Hou, for short!
They kick off the tour on Monday at the Houlihan's in Overland Park (11600 W. 95th Street), where for a suggested $10 donation to the foundation, guests can enjoy a free appetizer buffet, live music, and the chance to win $5,000 in LiveNation Concert Cash.
Were you interested in trying the new Houlihan's Mash-Up dessert menu? Well yeah, it's like, who isn't? Well, we're in luck, because that is also available to put in your tum-tum. It's happening between 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm.
More info about the Hou Gives a Flute tour here