EDM For Sandy Relief
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 10:35 AM | Tina Carletto
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It's really an amazing thing to see the electronic music world jump in to support the victims of Hurricane Sandy in the New York area. With that said, Brooklyn based EDM record label Brooklyn Fire, and NYC based entertainment marketing & PR firm UG Strategies, in collaboration with Live Nation and GBH Events have proudly announced “EDM For Sandy Relief,” a benefit concert for The American Red Cross and Hurricane Sandy victims, in association with Sol Republic Headphones.

Taking place on Monday Nov. 19th, some big names in electronic music will come together at New York City’s famed Gramercy Theatre. Aiming to spread their love for music and more importantly, their love for New York City and those affected by the Hurricane Sandy, the DJs performing at the benefit include the very awesome Tommie Sunshine, Drop The Lime, The Disco Fries, Dances With White Girls,  Blaqwell, Alex English and many more!

 In addition to the solid line-up of music, EDM For Sandy Relief has 100% of proceeds being donated to The American Red Cross and also  hosting a Thanksgiving food and clothing drive, as well as a silent auction with support from corporate sponsors including: Sol Republic Headphones, Armani Exchange, Live Nation, Yelp.com, and Mercy Beverages to name a few


EDM For Sandy Relief is an all ages event. For more information and tickets click here

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