Music lovers and suicide prevention advocates alike are in for a treat next month as Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and a star-studded lineup of musicians take to the stage for an acoustic benefit concert in support of Suicide Awareness Voices Of Education (SAVE). The concert, which will feature stripped-down renditions of some of the artists' most beloved hits, will take place on December 4 at The Canyon in Agoura Hills, California.
In addition to Homme, the concert will also feature performances by Brett Scallions (Radiobot, ex-Fuel), Kevin Martin (Candlebox), Orianthi, Billy Morrison (Billy Idol), Julia Lage (Vixen), Jonathan Mover (Aretha Franklin, Alice Cooper, Joe Satriani, Shakira), and Richie Kotzen. This all-star lineup promises a great evening of music and camaraderie, all while raising awareness and funds for a crucial cause.
SAVE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing suicide through education, outreach, and support. The organization's programs and initiatives have helped countless individuals and families affected by suicide, and the proceeds from this benefit concert will further empower SAVE's mission to create a world where suicide is no longer the leading cause of death for young adults.
Tickets for the concert are available now at this location.