Concert in P&L will benefit Moore, Okla., tornado victims

05/28/2013 1:48 PM

05/30/2013 8:03 AM

Seven bands will perform at Rock for Relief, a benefit for the people of Moore, Okla., which was devastated by a tornado on May 20.

The benefit will be held June 3 at the KC Live stage in the Power & Light District, across Grand Boulevard from the Sprint Center. The first band will go on at 6 p.m.

The bands: Beautiful Bodies, Six Percent, Antennas Up, Not a Planet, She’s a Keeper, Ghost Town Heart Cover Me Badd.

Admission is $10. A VIP package is available for $20. It includes admission, two drink tickets and access to the VIP lounge. There will be a silent auction for a variety of items, including a season’s pass to Cricket Wireless Amphitheater. The first 200 people through the gates will receive a buy-one-get-one-free card from Chipotle Mexican Grill.

All proceeds will go to the recovery effort in Moore via Heart to Heart International. The benefit is sponsored by MidCoast Cares, which raised more than $10,000 in June 2011 for the relief effort in Joplin after it was hit by a tornado.


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