Linkin Park will perform at Relief Live, a benefit show in honor of their Music for Relief charity
Linkin Park’s charity organization Music for Relieve is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a benefit show named Relief Live. The show is being referred to as “Linkin Park and Friends,” and Chester Bennington and the band are slated to perform along with, well, some friends at a special concert on Nov. 14 in Los Angeles.
Funds raised from Relief Live will go to the Music for Relief disaster relief fund, as well as Power the World, the latter which is a sustainable energy program. The show will also feature a segment to pay tribute to Linkin Park collaborator and DJ Steve Aoki for his humanitarian efforts.
Linkin Park first created Music for Relief in 2005, following the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Since then, Music for Relieve has raised more than $7 million for disaster survivors.
Aside from Relief Live, Linkin Park have one more concert set for this year. They’ll perform as headliners at the Monster Mash Music Festival in Tempe, Arizona, on Nov. 1.
For more information on Relief Live, including ticket details, head to MusicforRelief.org.
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