Public Memorial for All That Remains Guitarist Oli Herbert Scheduled for Sunday
A public memorial will be held this Sunday, November 11th for All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert, who died tragically last month in an accident at home at just 44 years old.
An event linked from on Oli’s Facebook page announced the memorial, which will be hosted at The Palladium in Worcester, MA. Admission will be limited to 350 spaces on a first-come-first-serve basis and carries a suggested donation of $10, the proceeds of which will be donated to The 14th Hour, a favorite charity of Oli’s whose mission “is to honor and support individuals and their families that have served and sacrificed to protect the American Homeland.”
For those unable to attend, the Memorial Service will be a live-streamed on Oli’s Facebook page beginning at 2:15 pm.
Here is the full announcement:
“Public Memorial Service for Oli Herbert on Sunday, November 11th from 2-5 pm, at the Worcester Palladium in Worcester, MA.
“ADMISSION/DONATION: The Memorial Service will be open to the public with entrance on a “first-come, first-served” basis for up to 350 people. An optional DONATION of $10 per person is suggested for admission to benefit the 14th Hour Foundation, a charity that was very important to Oli. Kris Paronto, founder of 14th Hour Foundation, appeared in the All That Remains “Madness” music video. Visit: www.14hours.org, for additional information about the charity. Each person who donates $10 will receive a raffle ticket for door prizes to be raffled during the Service.
“PROGRAMMING: The Memorial Service will include a special video presentation to include photos, music videos and artist tributes. Fans are invited to contribute photos taken of Oli at shows and/or with themselves & Oli. Submissions should be sent no later than Noon on Thursday, Nov. 8th to Suzanne Penley via email to: email@example.com.
“LIVESTREAM BROADCAST: For those unable to attend, the Memorial Service will be a live-streamed on The Official Oli Herbert page beginning at 2:15 pm.”