Minneapolis, MN, September 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Christians give the Atheists yet another reason to celebrate on October 22. Harold Camping's fourth attempt at predicting the rapture has spurred the Minnesota Atheists to throw a benefit concert and celebration, "The Rapture II: We're Still Here" to honor those left behind the day after Camping's attempt at fearing fellow christians into living their last few days on earth as God fearing Christians.
The event will be held at the 400 Bar and promises to be a success with a line-up featuring Minneapolis Burlesque, Cabaret Social Club, Valley Meadows, Robots from the Future, Madame Love Dog, and I am Fuzz.
Come for the secular conversation and good music, but know that your $10 entrance fee is well spent, as the Minnesota Atheists will put a portion of your ticket price towards one of their non-profit funds.
Minnesota Atheists: a positive atheist organization actively promoting secular values through participation in public affairs, educational programs and hosting the only live atheist radio talk show in the state: Atheists Talk, Sundays, 9:00-10:00 a.m., KTNF AM 950. Minnesota Atheists is Minnesota’s oldest, largest, and most active atheist organization. Additional information can be found at www.mnatheists.org.
For Calendars: The Rapture II: We're Still Here: Saturday, October 22, 8pm, 400 Bar at 400 Cedar Ave. S., Mpls, MN 55454. $10 at the door, 18+