REMEMBER
SUNDAY, SEPT. 25, 2016

Artists and activists
will band together for the
#ConcertAcrossAmerica to
#EndGunViolence

with a series of live concerts
brought together by social media

NYC

THE BEACON THEATRE

Jackson Browne
Rosanne Cash
Marc Cohn
Harlem’s Gospel For Teens
And a surprise guest

Alaska
Fairbanks
Arizona
Scottsdale
Sedona
Tempe
Tucson
California
Albany
Diamond Bar
Laguna Hills
Lake Arrowhead
Los Angeles
Los Angeles (Holy Spirit St. Francis Center)
Los Angeles (Hope Lutheran)
Los Angeles (St. John’s Episcopal)
Northridge
Napa
Northridge
Palm Desert
Pasadena
Redwood City
Riverside (All Saints Episcopal)
Riverside (Emmanuel Episcopal)
Sacramento
San Diego
San Francisco (Victoria Manalo Draves Park)
San Francisco (Incarnation Episcopal Church)
San Francisco (Mercy High School)
Santa Barbara
Santa Monica
Studio City
Woodland Hills
Colorado
Denver (Montview Boulevard Presbyrterian)
Denver (Our Savior’s Lutheran)
Grand Junction
Lakewood
Littleton
Longmont
Connecticut
Bridgeport
Collinsville
Danbury (Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Danbury)
Danbury (Association of Religious Communities)
Fairfield
Guilford
Newtown (Trinity Episcopal Church)
North Branford
Old Lyme
Ridgefield
Southbury
Vernon
Delaware
Wilmington
Florida
Boca Raton
Lakeland
Miami
Palm Harbor
Pomona Park
Georgia
Atlanta
Carollton
Illinois
Chicago (Borelli’s)
Chicago (Dusable Museum)
Chicago/Berwyn
Evanston
Red Bud
Rockford
Springfield
Wheaton
Indiana
Beech Grove
Oldenburg
South Bend (Sisters of the Holy Cross)
South Bend (First Unitarian Church)
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
Clinton
Davenport
Dubuque
Kansas
Great Bend
Lawrence
Prairie Village
Salina
Wichita
Kentucky
Lexington
Springfield
Louisiana
Metairie
New Orleans (Dominican Sisters of Peace)
New Orleans (OperaCreole)
New Orleans (Second Line)
Maine
Bangor
Bath
Portland
Portland (St. Luke’s Cathedral)
Stonington
Vassalboro
Maryland
Baltimore (First Unitarian)
Baltimore (Grace- St. John’s United Methodist Church)
Bethesda
Cantonsville
Capitol Heights
College Park
Cumberland
Damascus
Kensington
Lutherville
Lusby
Montgomery Village
North Bethesda
Rockville
Silver Spring
Towson
Massachusetts
Arlington
Berkshires
Boston
Cambridge
Falmouth
Framingham
Gloucester
Gloucester Teens
Greenfield
Jamaica Plain
Leominster
Milton
Natick
Needham
Somerville (ONCE)
Springfield
Massachusetts (continued)
Stoneham
Turner Falls
Topsfield
Watertown
Williamstown
Michigan
Ann Arbor
Lansing
Oxford
Grand Rapids
Minnesota
Duluth
Minneapolis
Saint Paul
Mississippi
Tupelo
Missouri
Bridgeton
Independence
St. Louis
Kansas City
Montana
Missoula
Nebraska
Omaha
Nevada
Reno
New Hampshire
Hanover
Keene
Portsmouth
New Jersey
Atlantic City
Baptistown
Cherry Hill
Cliffside Park
Ewing
Lincroft (Monmouth Center for World Religions)
Lincroft (Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth)
Montclair
Morris Plains
Sparta
West Windsor
New York
Beacon (Towne Crier Cafe)
Blauvelt
Brooklyn
Buffalo
Cooperstown
Chappaqua
Greenvale (LIU Post)
Kingston
Lynbrook
Manhattan (Beacon Theatre)
New Rochelle
Peekskill
Port Washington
Rochester
Saratoga Springs
Sayville
Scarsdale
Shelter Rock
Tarrytown
White Plains
North Carolina
Hamilton
Lauringburg
Mars Hill
Raleigh
Wilmington (Church of the Servant)
Wilmington (Temple of Israel)
Ohio
Akron
Cincinnati
Cincinnati (Franciscans Sisters of the Poor)
Cincinnati (St. Anthony Church)
Ohio (continued)
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Toledo
Worthington
Yellow Springs
Oklahoma
Broken Arrow
Oregon
Canby
Portland
Pennsylvania
Aston
Chester
Chester Springs
Gettysburg (Gettysburg Gun Safety Study Group)
Gettysburg (Unitarian Universalists)
Glen Riddle
Haverford
Philadelphia
Swarthmore
Thomasville
West Chester
York
Rhode Island
Cranston
Providence
Tiverton
South Carolina
Columbia
Columbia (United Methodist Church)
Tennessee
Nashville
Texas
Austin
Amarillo
Brenham
Dallas
Denton
Ft. Worth
Weimar
Vermont
Burlington (Sisters of Mercy)
Burlington (Ohavi Zedek Synagogue)
Sandgate
Virginia
Arlington
Charlottesville
Fairfax County
Falls Church
Reston
Tappahannock
Washington
Bainbridge Island
East Wenatche
Federal Way
Seattle (Cafe Racer)
Seattle (Columbia City Theatre)
Seattle (GAGV)
Seattle (Pacific Music Works)
Seattle (University Congregational United)
Seattle (Central Lutheran)
Tacoma
Washington DC
DC Region
Wisconsin
Egg Harbor
Fond du Lac
Kimberly
La Crosse
Madison
Milwaukee
Worldwide
London, U.K.

150+ faith-based groups will have choirs do the preaching. Will yours?

College bands and a capella? Be it humble or humongous, we need you!

Are you an artist with access to a venue? That’s music to our ears!

Want to be our corporate sponsor? Hallelujah!

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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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.
Join the chorus

Please volunteer your time and talent here.

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