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Plus, Grandson, a local artist super set and appearances by Matt Pinfield and Rob Cavallo!

Music brings people together. It makes us scream, dance, cry, paint our faces, pump our fists and jump up and down until our calves mount a rebellion. Music can be celebration, protest, sermon and memorial. Across the globe it is universal, “a basic part of being human.”

So when we started thinking about how we wanted to support the victims of the Las Vegas shooting last month, we knew it had to include music, specifically the bright, energetic, rising  artists that ABP and Emerge are all about. Now, on Saturday, November 18, we’re bringing you A Concert to Benefit the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund at Brooklyn Bowl, featuring White Reaper, Mondo Cozmo, Grandson and a local artist super set with B. Rose, Mike Xavier and Sabriel.

Tickets are $15, and 100 percent of the proceeds are going to help people impacted by the tragedy.

And because we have some friends who know a thing or two about using music’s power for good, the show will include special guest appearances from Grammy-winning record producer Rob Cavallo, MTV legend Matt Pinfield and ABP’s own Rehan Choudhry.

It’s all about rocking out, raising money and celebrating a community that will be forever #vegasstrong.

Click here for tickets. See you Saturday!

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