Hot Topic Presents: The Sub City Take Action Tour
Every Time I Die will headline with special guests From First to Last, The Bled, August Burns Red and Human Abstract.
While many musicians spread the message of change through their music, this tour is that message in action.
The purpose of the 7th incarnation of the tour, just like the ones before it, is to raise funds and awareness for non-profit organizations. This year Hopeless/Sub City Records teamed up with Do Something, a non-profit charity that encourages young people to make a difference.
Do Something is different than other charities because rather than promoting a certain cause, it provides information and grant-money so that young people can get involved in the causes they are passionate about by starting their own projects.
To help inspire change, Every Time I Die and special guests From First to Last, The Bled, August Burns Red and Human Abstract will put on a night of good, loud live music.
Anyone under the age 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 18 and has valid identification. Doors open at 5 p.m.
When: Saturday, March 1, 2008
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Where: House of Blues , 3950 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas
Age limit: All ages
Event posted Feb. 22, 2008
Last updated Aug. 11, 2008
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