REMEMBER
SUNDAY, SEPT. 25, 2016

as the day when 5,225 performers banded together for the first ever #ConcertAcrossAmerica to #EndGunViolence

with a series of live concerts.

WE BEGAN WITH PEACE

Hawaii, the state with the lowest rate of gun violence, went first with a peace chant at 6:01 AM, ET from the Prince Dance Theatre.

NYC

Jackson Browne
Rosanne Cash
Marc Cohn
Vy Higginsen’s Gospel Choir of Harlem
Eddie Vedder
And Paul Beaubrun & Joan Osborne

Photo by Jeffrey Neira

Other events around the country included Connecticut:

And San Francisco:

Photo by Laura Epstein Norris

From The Rooftop of The Standard, Downtown LA, watch the LA concert.

Motown’s Sebastian Kole sang solo “America the Beautiful” then was joined by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles for his song, “Home.”

ALL-STAR ENDING

The day concluded at 12:01 AM, ET with a live-feed concert from the Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara, California.

Santa Barbara concert

Photo by Bennett Barthelemy

From Santa Barbara, CA

Christopher Cross
Rocky Dawuni
Zach Gill (Alo)
Amy Holland
Kenny Loggins
Lois Mahalia
Patrick and Rick Maiani
Michael McDonald
Naked Voices
Ozomatli
Santa Barbara School of Performing Arts
Venice

EXPERIENCE SUNDAY

Many concerts have full-length videos of their concerts.

Search #ConcertAcrossAmerica and
#EndGunViolence for more videos and photos.

Alabama
Decatur (St. John’s Episcopal Church)
Alaska
Fairbanks
Arizona
Mesa (Police-Community Gospel Choir)
Scottsdale
Sedona (St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church)
Phoenix (Orangewood Presbyterian)
Tempe
Tucson
California
Albany
Berkeley (Netivot Shalom)
Diamond Bar (Diamond Bar United Church of Christ)
Fullerton (Emmanuel Episcopal Church)
Kenwood (St. Patrick’s Episcopal)
Laguna Hills (St. George’s Episcopal Church)
Los Gatos (Yavnev Day School)
Lake Arrowhead
Los Angeles
Los Angeles (Hope Lutheran, St. John’s Episcopal )
Los Angeles (St. Francis Center, Atwater Village)
Napa
Northridge
Palm Desert
Palm Springs (Temple Isaiah)
Palo Alto (Congregation Kol Emeth)
Pasadena
Redwood City
Riverside
San Quentin State Prison (Inmates/Interfaith Sing for Peace)
Solana Beach (UU Fellowship of San Dieguito)
San Diego
San Francisco (Victoria Manalo Draves Park)
San Francisco (Mercy High School, St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church)
Santa Barbara
Santa Monica
Studio City (St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church)
Studio City (The Unitarian Universalist Church of Studio City)
Vacaville (Church of the Epiphany)
Walnut Creek (Guitars not Guns of Contra Costa 🎸)
Woodland Hills (St. Luke Lutheran Church)
Colorado
Aurora
Bailey
Denver (B’nai Havurah of the Colorado Jewish Reconstructionist Federation, Colorado Faith Communities United, First Universalist, Montview Boulevard Presbyterian, Our Savior’s Lutheran)
Denver (Washington Park UCC)
Denver (Park Hill Congregational Church UCC)
Dillon (Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church)
Englewood (First Plymouth Congregational Church )
Fort Collins
Frisco (Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church)
Grand Junction (Episcopal Church of the Nativity)
Lakewood
Littleton
Longmont
Pueblo (Milagro Christian Church)
Connecticut
Bridgeport (Acoustic Cafe- Newtown Action Alliance- Sold Out)
Collinsville
Danbury (Association of Religious Communities)
Danbury (Danbury Music Centre)
Fairfield
Guilford
New Milford (St. John’s Episcopal Church)
Newtown (Trinity Episcopal Church)
North Branford
Old Lyme (St. Anns’s Episcopal Parish)
Ridgefield
Southbury
Southport (Trinity Episcopal)
Vernon
Delaware
Bethany Beach (St. Martha’s Episcopal Church)
Newark (Delaware Ecumenical Council)
Wilmington (Congregation Beth Emeth)
Wilmington (Rodney Square)
Florida
Boca Raton
Lakeland
Miami-Wynwood (Gramps)
Miami (Miami Shores Community Church)
Palm Harbor
Pomona Park
Georgia
Atlanta
Atlanta (Saint Martin in the Fields)
Carollton
Hawai’i
The Big Island of Hawai’i (Prince Dance)
Pahoa (Unitarian Universalist Church of Puna Hawai’i)
Idaho
Moscow (Unitarian Universalist Church of the Palouse)
Illinois
Chicago (Alhambra Palace Restaurant)
Chicago (Dusable Museum)
Chicago (The Tonic Room)
Chicago/Berwyn
Des Plaines (St. Martin’s Episcopal Church)
Evanston
Red Bud
Rockford (United Methodist Urban Program)
Springfield
Wheaton
Indiana
Beech Grove
Oldenburg
South Bend (Sisters of the Holy Cross)
South Bend (First Unitarian Church)
Iowa
Clinton
Iowa City (Trinity Episcopal Church)
Davenport
Dubuque (Dubuque Area Episcopal Peace and Justice Fellowship)
Dubuque (Mount St. Francis Center)
Kansas
Great Bend
Lawrence
Manhattan (Auntie Mae’s Saloon)
Prairie Village
Salina
Kentucky
Lexington
Springfield
Louisiana
Metairie
New Orleans (Dominican Sisters of Peace)
New Orleans (OperaCreole)
New Orleans (Second Line)
Maine
Bangor
Bath
Cumberland Foreside (Friends School of Portland)
Houlton (First Congregational Church of Houlton)
Portland
Portland (St. Luke’s Cathedral)
Portland (Woodfords Congregational Church, UCC)
Rockland (St. Peter’s Episcopal Church)
Saco (UU Church of Saco)
Stonington
Vassalboro
Maryland
Baltimore (First Unitarian)
Baltimore (Grace- St. John’s United Methodist Church)
Baltimore (MDPGV Event)
Baltimore (Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church)
Baltimore (St. John’s Episcopal Church)
Bethesda (Cedar Lane UUC)
Cantonsville
Capitol Heights (Gethsemane United Methodist Church)
College Park (University UMC)
Cumberland
Damascus
Fredrick (Calvary United Methodist)
Greenbelt (Mowatt Memorial United Methodist Church)
Hanover (St. Mark’s United Methodist Church)
Independence (Community of Christ International Headquarters)
Kensington
Lutherville
Lusby
Montgomery Village
Mt. Savage (St. George’s Episcopal Church)
North Bethesda
Pylesville (Guitars Not Guns 🎸with Allen’s Gift Chapter of Maryland)
Rockville
Silver Spring (Good Shepherd United Methodist Church)
Silver Spring (Silver Spring United Methodist Church)
Towson
Massachusetts
Berkshires
Boston
Cambridge (Episcopal Divinity School)
Falmouth
Framingham
Gloucester
Gloucester Teens
Greenfield (Saint James Episcopal Church)
Jamaica Plain
Leominster
Milton
Natick
Needham
Newton (Union Church in Waban)
Oxford (Grace Church)
Somerville (ONCE)
Somerville (Sally O’Brien’s Bar and Grill)
Scituate (First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church of Scituate)
Springfield (Gardner Memorial AME Zion)
Massachusetts (continued)
Stoneham (Stoneham Police Department)
Southbridge (Holy Trinity Church)
Turner Falls (St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church)
Topsfield
Watertown (Dominican Sisters of Peace Motherhouse)
Watertown (Saltonstall Park)
Williamstown
Michigan
Ann Arbor
Bloomfield Hills (Birmingham Unitarian Church)
Lansing
Oxford
Grand Rapids
Muskegon (Harbor Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Minnesota
Chatfield (St/ Matthew’s Episcopal)
Duluth
Minneapolis
Saint Paul
Mississippi
Natchez
Tupelo
Missouri
Bridgeton
Independence
St. Louis (Central Reform Congregation)
St. Louis (Compton Heights Christian Church)
St. Louis (Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion)
Kansas City (American Jazz Museum)
Kansas City (St. Peter’s A.M.E. Zion Church)
Montana
Missoula
Nebraska
Omaha (Milk Run)
Omaha (Episcopal Church of the Resurrection)
Nevada
Reno
New Hampshire
Hanover
Keene
Portsmouth (kick off event Friday Sept. 23)
New Jersey
Atlantic City
Baptistown
Cherry Hill
Cliffside Park
Ewing
Highland Park
Lincroft (Monmouth Center for World Religions)
Lincroft (Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth)
Madison
Montclair
Morris Plains
Sparta (Sparta United Methodist Church)
West Windsor
New Mexico
Taos (St. James Church)
New York
Beacon (Towne Crier Cafe)
Blauvelt
Brooklyn (Jalopy)
Brooklyn (Congregation Beth Elohim)
Brooklyn (Selichot Across Brooklyn hosted by Park Slope Jewish Center)
Buffalo
Cooperstown
Chappaqua
Greenvale (LIU Post)
Flushing (UU Congregation)
Kingston
Manhasset (The Reconstructionist Church of Synagogue of North Shore)
Manhattan (Beacon Theatre)
Manhattan (Church of St. Francis Xavier, House of Justice, Metropolitan Community Church, St. Mark’s Bowery)
Manhattan (Barnard College)
New Rochelle
Peekskill
Port Washington
Rochester
Saratoga Springs
Sayville
Scarsdale
Shelter Rock
Tarrytown
White Plains
North Carolina
Hamlet (All Saints Episcopal)
Greensboro
Lauringburg
Marshall (The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit)
Raleigh (North Carolina Council of Churches)
Wilmington (Church of the Servant)
Wilmington (Temple of Israel)
Ohio
Akron
Cincinnati
Cincinnati (Franciscans Sisters of the Poor)
Cincinnati (St. Anthony Church)
Cincinnati (Christ Church Cathedral)
Cleveland
Dayton (Hope Thru Harmony Women’s Choir of the Dayton Correctional Institution)
Granville
Toledo (All Saints’ Episcopal Church)
Worthington (St. John’s Episcopal)
Yellow Springs (First Presbyterian Church)
Oklahoma
Broken Arrow (Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church)
Oregon
Canby
Portland
Pennsylvania
Aston
Chester
Chester Springs
Gettysburg (Gettysburg Gun Safety Study Group)
Gettysburg (Gettysburg Interfaith Concert)
Gettysburg (Unitarian Universalists)
Glen Riddle
Haverford
Mechanicsburg (Grace Lutheran)
Philadelphia (Chestnut Hill United Church)
Philadelphia (The Folk Factory)
Swarthmore
Thomasville
West Chester
York
Rhode Island
Providence
Tiverton
South Carolina
Columbia
Columbia (United Methodist Church)
Tennessee
Nashville (Exit/In)
Texas
Austin (Threadgill’s)
Austin (St. John’s Episcopal Church)
Converse
College Station (St. Thomas Episcopal Church)
Brenham
Denton
Ft. Worth
Weimar
Vermont
Burlington (Sisters of Mercy)
Burlington (Ohavi Zedek Synagogue)
Sandgate
Shelburne (Charlotte Congregational Chuch, UCC)
Virgin Islands
Nazareth, St. Thomas
Virginia
Arlington
Arlington (Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church)
Charlottesville (Westminster Presbyterian Church)
Charlottesville (Sojourners United Church of Christ)
Fairfax County
Falls Church
Fredericksburg (St. George’s Episcopal Church)
Harrisonburg (Trinity Presbyterian Church)
McLean (St. Thomas Episcopal)
Reston
Roanoke (Unitarian Universalist Church of Roanoke)
Scottsville (Scottsville Presbyterian Church)
Tappahannock
Vienna (Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter)
Virginia Beach
Woodbridge (St. Paul United Methodist Church)
Washington
Bainbridge Island
East Wenatchee (Cascade UU Fellowship)
Federal Way
Seattle (Cafe Racer)
Seattle (Columbia City Theatre)
Seattle (Grandmothers Against Gun Violence)
Seattle (Madison Park)
Seattle West (Tibbetts United Methodist)
Seattle (University Congregational United Church of Christ, Central Lutheran Church)
Shoreline (Richmond Beach Congregational UCC)
Spokane
Tacoma
Walla Walla
Washington DC
15th St. Presbyterian
Calvary Baptist
Community of Saint’Egidio
El Tamarindo Cuisine
Metropolitan Church – A Multi-Site United
National City Christian Church
Saint Columba’s Episcopal Church
Shiloh Baptist Church
The Church of The Epiphany
Temple Micah
DC Region
Wisconsin
Egg Harbor
Fond du Lac (Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes)
Kimberly (Holy Spirit Catholic Church)
La Crosse
Madison (Madison Mennonite Church Interfaith Service – Saturday, Sept. 24th)
Milwaukee
Milwaukee (Plymouth Church UCC)
Worldwide
London, U.K. (Off The Cuff)
Add your voice to #EndGunViolence

Sign the petition and support gun violence prevention. Help make the American gun violence epidemic a high priority that politicians cannot ignore.

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WHO’S THE BACKUP BAND BEHIND THIS EFFORT?
We’re a national network of organizations, activists and artists in complete harmony over the need to keep guns out of dangerous hands.
MOBILIZE WITH MUSIC

The power of music to reach far and wide has fueled countless important movements in recent decades. Now is the time to turn up the music to turn down the hateful rhetoric that has become a hallmark of the gun debate.

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A huge thank you to our #ConcertAcrossAmerica sponsors for their continued support to #EndGunViolence.

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