Red Hot Chili Peppers To Headline Second North Bay Wildfire BenefitOrganizers have announced a second Band Together Bay Area benefit concert in San Francisco that will feature performances by the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real on Thursday, Dec. 14.
Thousands Rock To Raise Money For Wildfire ReliefThousands rocked to the music of Metallica, Dead and Company, Dave Matthews and other stars Thursday night at San Francisco's AT&T Park to raise money for the victims of last month's deadly wildfires.
Watch Band Together Bay Area Benefit Concert And Make A DonationThe Bay Area's music community unites to help those affected by the destructive Wine Country wildfires on Thursday with the Band Together Bay Area benefit concert for North Bay fire relief. Watch the livestream and make a donation!
AT&T Park Hosts Massive Wine Country Wildfire BenefitThe Bay Area's music community unites to help those affected by the destructive Wine Country wildfires on Thursday when Metallica tops a diverse bill including Dead & Company, Dave Matthews and more at AT&T Park for Band Together Bay Area.
Ways To Donate To Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund For Wildfire VictimsWhether you are attending the Band Together Bay Area concert or simply watching online, there are a number of ways supporters can donate to the cause.
Tim Reynolds To Join Dave Matthews At Wildfire Relief BenefitLongtime Dave Matthews collaborator Tim Reynolds has been added to the line-up for next week's "Band Together Bay Area" benefit concert for North Bay fire relief at AT&T Park, according to organizers.
Dead & Company, Raphael Saadiq Added To Wildfire Relief ConcertThe line-up for next month's "Band Together Bay Area" benefit concert for North Bay wildfire relief featuring headliner Metallica got even bigger Thursday morning with the announcement that Dead & Company, Oakland soul singer Raphael Saadiq and East Bay punks Rancid will join the bill.
Metallica Announces Benefit Concert For Wildfire ReliefMetallica has joined with Dave Matthews and Oakland rapper G-Eazy to form the “Band Together Bay Area” coalition to raise relief money for victims of the wildfires.