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D4 Announces "The Kids Are Not Alright!" Show

The Kids Are Not Alright!

Take that Ipod out your ears, Put your latte down, Pause a moment in your designer sneakers and Pay Attention… The D4 announce an ALL AGES show with ALL PROCEEDS going to help some kids that don’t have sh*t.

When a good friend was given the chance to head to Nepal to work in an orphanage in a small village outside Kathmandu the D4 decided that the best way they could help was to plug in and turn it all up. The children she will be working with are all under 5, orphaned or with parents in prison, and have very little.

So lets get it together and give ‘em what we can! The D4 are pleased to be joined by Rock Quest Winners The Electric Confectionaires and The Lastimes for one night only at the Transmission Room in the City.
Tickets $15 from Real Groovy.

The D4 w/ Electric Confectionaires & the Lastimes
Sat Dec 3rd, Transmission Room

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