I can’t believe I missed the first annual benefit concert Strange 80s last year but am excited to make up for the 2nd annual show this October 12th at the Fonda Theatre.
Let’s make a date for the Strange 80s 2 annual benefit concert Charity Bomb with partner Studio71 has organized a show that will have your toes tapping and yelling ‘Oh my GAWD’! Guests and performers will include Marc Maron and Dean Delray, along with members of No Doubt, Fall Out Boy, Slipknot, Sum41, Slayer, Judas Priest, Bowling For Soup, *NSYNC, Eagles of Death Metal, Velvet Revolver, OK Go, Sugarcult, Filter, Rob Zombie, The Offspring, and The Regrettes, with additional performers to be announced over the next few weeks!
Tickets are available now for GA http://bit.ly/2M5Nz2R and you can also purchase VIP tickets (premier access to balcony seating, hosted bar, after-party admission and a Strange 80s t-shirt). The night of fun is benefitting 320 Changes Direction (supports and raises awareness for those who suffer from mental health, depression and addiction issues) with a full concert, 80s video games and exclusive opportunities to mingle!
Lucky fans might be able to compete with artist on favorite arcade games (Galaga has my name on it .. or initials!) that will be projected as a backdrop for attendees during change-overs. You can bid for the Special Meet & Greets, donated items and experiences on Charitybuzz.
Charity Bomb’s mission is to be a force multiplier for other charities and/or organizations that focus on fundraising for musicians and artists in need. They take action by producing live entertainment events on their behalf, primarily in support of mental health, addiction and others issues that are prevalent in the artist community.
Strange 80s 2 is sponsored by Plex, Spirit Airlines, Shure, and Threadless. For more information, please visit: https://www.strange80s.com/.
About Charity Bomb Charity Bomb is a non-profit organization founded by four philanthropic friends to produce benefit shows for a variety of charitable organizations in the scope of music. Our motto is “All Purpose Altruism” – we deliver 100% of the proceeds, 100% of the time, with 100% transparency, to ensure that the funds raised reach its intended constituency, every dime, every time.
320 Changes Direction is the latest strand of GiveAnHour.org’s Campaign to Change Direction. It is a coalition of concerned citizens, nonprofit leaders, and leaders from the private sector who have come together to change the culture in America about mental health, mental illness, and wellness.
Studio71 is a premium global media company and content studio that develops, produces and distributes original programming across multiple platforms, as well as guiding talent and building businesses around them. Studio71 is a Red Arrow Studios Company and headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in Berlin, New York, Toronto, London, Paris and Milan. https://redarrowstudios.com/studio71/