This Wednesday in the Mission, Brick and Mortar Music Hall (1710 Mission Street) will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit Hurricane Irene victims in the East Coast. So come out and party for a good cause.

A Phish concert will be webcasted live from Vermont that night and no donation is too large or small. A full 100% of proceeds collected at the door will be given to the Vermont Community Foundation–the Green Mountain state’s largest homegrown philanthropic foundation–which is helping northeastern families rebuild after the destructive flooding that devastated the region in the wake of Hurricane Irene.

A full bar will be serving up any cocktail you can imagine and–best of all–there will be BBQ, lots of it. Kansas City-style ribs, fried chicken, collard greens and mac & cheese are among just some of the southern staples that’ll be available for purchase during this special event.

Two flat screen televisions and a 6 foot projection screen will broadcast a live show from the Vermont-based jamband, known for their eclectic musical stylings, and lengthy, innovative improvisations. The full-powered venue sound system promises to make it the closest thing to actually being there.

Clearly, Brick and Mortar is the place to be this Wednesday. Not only will you fill your belly with good grub and your mind with some heady grooves, but you’ll be able to feel good about yourself while doing it. Doors open at 4:00PM and the event is 18+. Check out their website for a full calendar of upcoming events.