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The Strokes To Play Benefit Concert In Los Angeles

07/18/2016
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The Strokes

The Strokes have announced that they will be performing at the inaugural City of Angels Benefit Concert at the historic Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles on July 25th.

The event is being held to benefit three local non-profit organizations that aide the homeless in Los Angeles. We were sent the following details and comments from The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas.

"Homelessness and mental health are big issues in LA and we're happy to do a little something that can hopefully help a bit," said the singer. "The Center in Hollywood and Waste Not Want Not Now are great, well-intentioned and trustworthy charities doing wonderful work".

The event will also benefit the Downtown Women's Center with 100% of the net proceeds from the event going to the 501(c)(3) organizations. Tickets are available via Ticketmater here.

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