Concert to End Homelessness in Southern California

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The Care Concert – The biggest and most significant charity concert of the year performed by The Tribe Band On August 29, 2020 at Warner Park in Woodland Hills, California.

On August 29, 2020 Rock Cellar Productions, in cooperation with the Valley Cultural Foundation in Woodland Hills, presents The Care Concert – The biggest and most significant charity concert of the year performed by The Tribe Band. Featuring more than 25 of L.A.’s finest musicians, including a celebrity M.C. and special guests, this memorable outdoor concert experience will bring songs of peace, love & understanding to the stage at Warner Park in Woodland Hills, California. Corporate sponsorships, an exclusive VIP pavilion, a silent auction, and exhibits are all part of this significant fundraising effort with proceeds going to the Get Together Foundation (www.gettogetherfoundation.org) to fund programs helping families and individuals in need. Supporters of the concert not only enjoy an evening of great talent, but being part of the bigger picture – one that embraces a cross section of our community, which includes California’s homeless.

Committed to action since 2004, The Get Together Foundation, a 501(c)(3) delivers aid, care, comfort, and innovative housing solutions to our community’s most vulnerable citizens. The organization has raised community awareness and offered charitable support to greater Los Angeles and metropolitan areas with proceeds received from The Tribe’s seasonal music showcases that bring together music-lovers and social do-gooders in service of worthy causes.

Since 2015, The Tribe has been joined by a host of celebrated artists showing their support including David Crosby, Al Jardine, Jesse Colin Young, Derek Smalls, Micky Dolenz, Mary Wilson, Florence LaRue, Carnie and Wendy Wilson, Peter Asher, Don Randi, Don Peake, British guitar wiz Albert Lee, actor Rob Morrow, television personality Kelly Osbourne, and more. This concert will also feature the winner of Rock Cellar’s ‘Best New Artist’ contest.

The Valley Cultural Foundation was founded in 1975 to assist the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation & Parks in bringing arts and culture to the San Fernando Valley. They have been at the forefront of culture, arts, and arts education for more than 45 years. The Valley Cultural Foundation continues to provide diverse programs and events in the arts that bring together talent, community, and business throughout the San Fernando Valley.

If you love good music and helping people in need, this is the night for you. It’s going to be a beautiful evening where success and generosity unite to truly impact lives. Guests will be introduced to the philanthropic activities of the Get Together Foundation. Come enjoy an incredible night of live music knowing your contributions will truly make a difference! Nobody can argue that the homelessness problem in Southern California (and beyond) is growing.

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Show info:   

Saturday, August 29, 2020, 7:00PM; park opens at 5:00PMLou Bredlow Pavilion in Warner Center Park, Woodland Hills, CA

 

Contacts:     

Kevin Wachs, Co-founder, Executive Director [email protected]  

Lauri Reimer, Special Projects Coordinator [email protected]

Judi Uthus, Director of Development [email protected]

Lynn Gaytan, Volunteer Coordinator [email protected]

More information: www.gettogetherfoundation.org / 818-727-7884 / www.thetribeband.com 

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