Jaime Bennington, son of Talinda and Chester Bennington, has been confirmed to perform at Strange 80s 3D on June 1st at the Fonda Theatre. He joins a lineup featuring members of Sum 41, Bush, No Doubt, Weezer, and more!
Tickets to Charity Bomb‘s Strange 80s 3Dare available now at: http://bit.ly/Strange80s3D. All proceeds will go to Talinda Bennington’s mental health initiative “320 Changes Direction.”, serving those who suffer from mental health, depression and addiction issues. For more information, please visit: www.strange80s.com.
Press applications are now open, here: http://bit.ly/2GEYTCz
Hosted by MTV’s Matt Pinfield, the third annual Strange 80s will transform The Fonda Theatre with 3-D production, classic 80s film set installations, and iconic designs.
Confirmed performers include: Jaime Bennington, Lauren Ruth Ward, Gavin Rossdale of Bush, Frank Zummo of Sum 41, Adrian Young of No Doubt, Scott Shriner of Weezer, Jesse Hughes & Jennie Vee of Eagles of Death Metal, Stephen Perkins of Jane’s Addiction, Carmen Vandenburg & Rosie Jones of Bones UK, Marko Desantis of Sugarcult, Keith & Michael Jeffre of Atlas Genius, Fabrizio Grassi Main of Supersonic Blues Machine, Slim Jim Phantom of Stray Cats, Shiragirl and more will cover the anthems of the 80s in a real-life recreation of the decade. Additional performers will be announced in the coming weeks. The first 150 tickets sold will receive a limited-edition silkscreen event poster.
“Music can play an important role for those who are hurting emotionally – it can soothe, heal, and inspire hope. Give an Hour, through our public health initiative, the Campaign to Change Direction, is excited – and grateful – to partner once again with Charity Bomb for Strange 80s – a wildly fun concert that will definitely be good for everyone’s emotional well-being!” explains Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, Founder and President of Give an Hour. “Through 320 Changes Direction, our special partnership with Talinda Bennington, we are working to reach those who are struggling – so that they know they aren’t alone. We want everyone to come out on June 1st, 2019 for the concert – to raise awareness and funds for the work we are doing to change the culture of mental health. With Charity Bomb running the show, we know it will be great fun and a huge success!”
For a look into what to expect at this year’s Strange 80s, fans can check out the following video: http://bit.ly/2PqVQke
For a complete up-to-date list of artists performing, please visit www.strange80s.com.
Charity Bomb Presents Strange 80s 3D
DATE: Saturday, June 1st, 2019
VENUE: The Fonda Theatre | 6126 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
TICKETS: On Sale Now: http://bit.ly/Strange80s3D
TIME: Doors – 6:30pm | Show – 8pm
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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.
Musician & Philanthropist, Matthew Leone was put into a coma with 1/3 of his skull removed after rescuing a woman being beaten on the streets of Chicago a few years back. From Kevin, Lyman & Warped Tour, to Kiss and Madonna, the international music community rallied to bring him back to life. Smashing Pumpkins even did a benefit show for him. Twin brother, singer for their band Madina Lake, Nathan Leone agrees, this is what saved his life. Consequently, the Leone’s devoted their lives to giving back. After several years with Sweet Relief Musicians Fund & Help Musicians UK, it was time to branch out. All-Purpose Altruism – Charity Bomb reflects the ubiquitous truth that love is the antidote for everything. This notion, as applied in our philanthropic context, asserts that we will drum up love, in all of its forms, for a particular cause or purpose, and drop it on the antagonist.
Los Angeles native, professional musician & acclaimed songwriter, Nik Frost, suffered from addiction. When drugs came dangerously close to claiming his life, it was fellow musicians, Dave Kushner & Brian O’conner (Velvet Revolver & Eagles of Death Metal respectively) who intervened and came to his rescue. Nik worked with Matthew on several projects, all a pre-destination to Charity Bomb.We are a non-profit, fundraising and awareness agent for any benevolent cause that enters our ether.
Ryan Ford, lifelong closest friend, philanthropist, successful entrepreneur, an avid lover of music, is the fourth Charity Bomber. Ryan’s founded several businesses, MP45 Records among them, and brings the administrative acumen to complement his creative contribution to the collective. In short, we have the purpose, we know the right people and we know how to put on a show. We love a win-win-win outcome. It’s abundantly clear that living a life where we produce spectacular live music events that serve a philanthropic cause, makes our constituents win, our clients win, and the fans win.
About 320 Changes Direction
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.