BUY CONCERT SHIRTS NYC tickets EVENTS 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 BUY NYC TICKETS 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? Sign up places of worship College bands and a capella? Be it humble or humongous, we need you! Sign up colleges Are you an artist with access to a venue? That’s music to our ears! Sign up artists Want to be our corporate sponsor? Hallelujah! Sign up sponsors MOBILIZE WITH MUSIC The power of music to reach far and wide has fueled countless important movements in recent decades. 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