Virgin Mobile Canada is bringing Canadian band Bedouin Soundclash to Vancouver’s Venue on December 1st.
The nightclub will host the benefit concert that will see proceeds go to Virgin Unite, a nonprofit arm of Virgin Group, to help power the “RE*Generation” movement, which aims to reduce homeless youth in Canada.
“With over 65,000 homeless youth in Canada, we’re aiming to create lasting solutions and raise the funds needed to help fight youth homelessness across the country,” says Andrew Bridge, Managing Director, Virgin Mobile Canada. “By teaming up with amazing artists like Bedouin Soundclash, you can check out an amazing live show while also helping to make a difference for at-risk youth and create opportunities for them to have the brighter futures they deserve. We want everyone to come out and get involved with RE*Generation through text and donations to help fight youth homelessness in Canada.”
“By getting involved with Virgin Unite and joining the RE*Generation Movement, we’re able to lend our support and music for a great cause,” says Bedouin Soundclash’s Jay Malinowski. “It’s time to make a change for at-risk youth and with this show, we can shine a light on great organizations like Broadway Youth Resource Centre while encouraging our fans to make a difference with RE*Generation!”
Tickets are $25 each and will be available for purchase online at Ticketweb starting at 10am tomorrow. Concertgoers must be 19 or older.