Vampire Weekend, Dirty Projectors, Real Estate to play Hurricane Sandy benefit
A number of New York City-based bands and musicians will join forces for a benefit concert supporting Occupy Sandy, a self-described “people-powered network” helping to distribute resources and volunteers to neighborhoods and people affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Set for November 17th at St. Ann & The Holy Trinity in Brooklyn Heights, the concert will feature an “afternoon of short, intimate (often entirely acoustic)” performances by Vampire Weekend, Real Estate, members of Dirty Projectors and The Walkmen, Cass McCombs, Devendra Banhart, and more.
Tickets cost a minimum donation of $30 and are available to purchase here. All proceeds will go to Occupy Sandy’s relief efforts.