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Vans sells Drop in the Bucket tickets for $5

Vans sells Drop in the Bucket
By Press Releases
November 28, 2011 7:27 PM

Press Release:

 

The Vans Family has a special ticket price of $5 (regularly $25) for you to attend the Drop in the Bucket benefit concert this Wednesday at 8pm at the Avalon in Hollywood. Henry Rollins will be hosting and Kate Flannery from The Office will be doing stand-up. Performances will include Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Scott Ian (Anthrax), Kraddy (ft Dave Lombardo from Slayer), Dave Navarro, DOS (Mike Watt & Kira Roessler), Boots Electric (ft Jesse from Eagles of Death Metal), John 5, Steve Perkins & more.

 

Purchase tickets here: http://danceright.bigcartel.com/product/drop-in-the-bucket-benefit-concert

 

All proceeds from the night will go directly to http://www.dropinthebucket.org to dig clean water wells in Uganda.

 

 


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