Emerge Concert Will Be Donating Ticket Proceeds To The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund

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Emerge Impact and Music Confrence Will Be Donating Concert Proceeds To Vegas Victims Fund haute living tita carraPhoto Credit: Erik Kabik Emerge Impact + Music Conference pushes back its inaugural event for the love of community and healing.


Does love truly trump hate? Considering current events, it’s hard to imagine, but EMERGE IMPACT + MUSIC CONFERENCE gives hope during much needed and trying times.

Music is therapy. Worried or depressed, listening to your favorite music seems to heal you over time. Have you noticed? That’s because music allows you to express yourself when you can’t find the words.

In response to the Las Vegas shooting and community healing, EMERGE pushed back their inaugural event with Noisey Music by Vice. For now, they’re focusing on the one-night benefit concert on Saturday, Nov. 18 at Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas at 7 PM.

“In light of the recent tragic event that shook the city of Las Vegas, we’ve decided to use the collective talents of several of our up-and-coming artists and established thought leaders to give back to those affected,” said EMERGE Founder Rehan Choudhry.

 

It will be donating 100% of ticket proceeds sold to the official Las Vegas GoFundMe page created by Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak.

Performing live will be White Reaper, Mondo Cozmo, Quinn XCII, and local Las Vegas artists such as B. Rose, Mike Xavier, Sabriel, and more.

Emerge Impact and Music Confrence Will Be Donating Concert Proceeds To Vegas Victims Fund haute living tita carraPhoto Credit: EMERGE IMPACT + MUSIC CONFERENCE

Guest speakers of the night include Choudhry, MTV video deejay Matt Pinfield, and Grammy Award-Winning record producer Rob Cavallo who has worked with Linkin Park, Green Day, and Goo Goo Dolls to name a few.

The concert will even have United Blood Services, the nonprofit community blood center, onsite if you want to get informed or if you want to donate.

“Sparking conversation and change through music and culture is at the heart of EMERGE and we look forward to bringing people together for a night of healing and love to give back to our community, neighbors, and friends.”

Purchase tickets for only $15 for the EMERGE one-night benefit concert in partnership with Brooklyn Bowl online at BrooklynBowl.com or quickly call (702) 862-269.

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