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Dear Jack Benefit Concert

As promised, Andrew McMahon of Jack’s Mannequin announced details about a fundraising concert via Twitter. He will be hosting a concert for his Dear Jack Foundation on November 18th in Los Angeles, California and will play music from both Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate.

Check out below for more information:

“If you have been dreaming of a night filled with the music of both Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate all while helping a great cause, you are in luck! The first annual concert to benefit The Dear Jack Foundation will be held on November 18th at El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. This evening will mark the first time Andrew will perform with both of his bands, and he will also be joined on stage by special guests Marc Roberge from OAR and singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson. Proceeds will also benefit the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on September 18th via Ticketmaster , , but starting today at 9:00 AM EST you have access to exclusive PRE-SALE TICKETS!!!

“This is going to be a really special night. To share the stage with so many close friends is a blessing in itself, but to do so while working on behalf of young adults with cancer gives me great joy,” McMahon says. ”Hopefully this is a tradition that will last for many years to come.”

In addition to great music, a raffle will be held at the show where fans can win special prizes including autographed gear, vacation packages, and more. An online auction featuring signed memorabilia by the band and friends will also be held to benefit the Dear Jack Foundation. Details of the online auction will be announced at a later date.”

Purchase Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/2C004521B10E18F3

Pre-Sale Tickets: http://jacksmannequin.tickets.musictoday.com/JacksMannequin/calendar.aspx

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