Charity Bomb and AEG Presents are proud to announce Strange 90s Nashville, a benefit concert taking place on November 23rd at Marathon Music Works. All tickets, including a very limited amount of VIP packages are available now at http://bit.ly/S90sNashville.
All proceeds will go to Nashville organization The Beat of Life, a homegrown organization that provides therapeutic songwriting and music programs with the most talented musicians teaching children and inmates how to write and perform music as a preventive and coping mechanism. For more information on The Beat Of Life, please visit: http://www.thebeatoflife.org/.
A spin-off of Charity Bomb’s flagship event, Strange 80s, Strange 90s Nashville features a confluence of musicians, songwriters and rock stars collaborating to perform the anthems of this golden decade in a real-life recreation of the era. Confirmed performers include: Jeffrey Steele, Ira Dean, Matt Warren, James Otto, Dez Dickerson (The Revolution). Additional performers will be announced in the coming weeks. For more information, please visit: www.strange90s.com
In addition to once in a lifetime performances, the evening will feature amazing opportunities for concert-goers to time warp back to the 90s complete with Tony Hawk Pro-Skater 360 Virtual Reality Experiences, Saved By the Bell pop-up Diner, Vans Skate ramps, iconic 90’s accessories and costume giveaways, live graffiti walls and more.
“We’ve been dying to get into Nashville and when found The Beat of Life, it made perfect sense” shares Nathan Leone, Director of Operations for Charity Bomb. “We are working to get Emotional Intelligence worked into our schools curriculum, and this goal is directly in line with the extraordinary work that The Beat of Life does — teaching songwriting skills to prisoners and school kids as a means to cope w anger, anxiety, depression etc. They also represent the best of Nashville both as a compassionate community and as a gifted music powerhouse.”
“On behalf of our entire team at The Beat of Life, we are far beyond honored to be partnering with Charity Bomb as the beneficiary charity for Strange 90’s” shares Founder and CEO Jeni Dominelli. “At The Beat of Life, our tagline – ‘Music Can Save A Life’ – expresses our core belief that music is not only an extraordinary form of entertainment but also has the ability to transform and potentially even save lives. Bringing The Beat of Life and Charity Bomb together for what will surely be an explosive and magical night holds the potential for the impossible to happen… as music becomes the great unifier to help us heal our troubled world.”