11:41 PM Jen Brockwell 0 Comments

Noisey: Giving back to those who need it the most is something Linkin Park understands better than most. In 2004, the band founded the non-profit organization Music For Relief, an organization that strives to donate resources and supplies to those in need. The group was founded in response to the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami crisis, and since then has been dedicated to helping heal the effects of natural disasters, and mitigating its impact by helping preserve the environment. In the past, the organization has helped provide assistance and response to the Haiti earthquake and its reforestation, the Japan tsunami in 2011, Hurricane Sandy, as well as reforestation and solar power in places that need it.This November 14, 2015 Music For Relief will be presenting Relief Live at LA River Studios in Los Angeles, CA, and oh man will it be lit. It's a special performance and ceremony dedicated to ten years of philanthropy and those who have helped bring change to the world. The one and only DJ and superstar and producer Steve Aoki will be honored that night for his humanitarian efforts in his many efforts, such as matching donations made by fans in wake of 2013's Typhoon Haiyan, as well as his commitment to neuroscience research and animal rights. It's going to be a killer performance. Up front, you'll have a super rare chance to get to see Linkin Park live in an incredibly intimate and low capacity venue. As the icing on top, there will be an open bar and a some killer curated cuisine if you're not one to be in the front of the crowd. Best of all, all ticket sales go to Music For Relief's Power The World program and Disaster Relief fund.
If you'd like to attend, tickets are available right here for individual attendees, and here for groups/sponsorship opportunities.