January 29, 2018
MONDAY | January 29, 2018 | 7-10pm | Music Night at Bogies | Thomas Fire Relief Concert Presented by The Tribe
- $30 VIP - includes priority seating, table service, access to VIP Lounge
- $20 Adv. General Admission / $25 at the door – open seating
Ticket Link: buytickets.at/rockcellar/134730
Join The Tribe for an evening of live music dedicated to raising money for the victims of the Thomas Fire. Proceeds will benefit 2 amazing organizations: The United Way Thomas Fire Fund and the LA Fire Department’s Thomas Fire Fund. Line-up includes: Freebo (Bonnie Raitt), Rosemary Butler (Jackson Browne), Mark Lennon (VENICE), actor/singer Rob Morrow, Ken Stacey (AMBROSIA), Steve Postell (David Crosby), Rob Bonfiglio (Wilson Phillips), Marc Mann (ELO), The Honeys, Gary Griffin (Brian Wilson), Tariqh Akoni (Stevie Wonder), plus John Pratt, Gary Stockdale, Adam Daniel, Jules Galli, Steve Goddard, The Tribe Band and background singers, horn section, Bogies’ Ken Greene, plus special guest MICKY DOLENZ, and more! It’s going to be a fantastic concert for a great cause, so come out, sing, dance, and support our efforts. 100% of the ticket sales will go to the countless victims who have lost their homes and valued possessions in the fire. We need your help. Through the power of music, we make a difference! www.thetribeband.com
On December 4, 2017, California’s Thomas Fire began its devastating effects that has torn through hundreds of homes, destroyed over 273,400 acres of land, including 1,063 structures and another 280 that have been damaged. This is one of the largest blazes ever recorded in the state's history. Fueled by powerful winds and extraordinary dry weather conditions, the Thomas Fire has ravaged California, forcing hundreds of thousands of residents in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties to evacuate their homes without knowing what they will return to. Wind-whipped wildfires also raged through areas of northern Los Angeles, setting several homes ablaze near Bel Air and other exclusive neighborhoods including near the famed Getty Center and more. At its height, the Thomas Fire saw over 8,500 firefighters mobilized to fight it, which was the largest mobilization of firefighters for combating any wildfire in California history.