Def Leppard’s Rick Allen Announces A New Charity Show For Music Industry Workers Who Lost Their Jobs Due To Epidemic

Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen took his official Instagram account to share a new post and revealed that he will be attending a new charity event named The Big Love Benefit Concert.

The Big Love Benefit Concert is a charity event for the people who lost their job during the coronavirus epidemic and all the proceeds will go to Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. Also, the musicians like Billy Idol, Myles Kenndy, and many more will be featuring at this event.

While Rick Allen was encouraging the fans to join this event, he also reminded them that the event will start on Saturday. Moreover, Rick mentioned that you can watch a great show and help other people at the same time.

Additionally, Rick pointed out that if you buy a VIP ticket, you could be able to join some Zoom meetings with your favorite musicians. Also, Rick earned the respect of the community by attending such a great event.

Here is what Rick Allen wrote:

“It’s almost here! The Big Love Benefit Concert on Saturday, January 23rd! Got your tickets yet?? Join us to help the millions of music industry professionals who are out of work due to COVID-19.

All proceeds go to the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund for medical expenses, lodging, clothing, food, and other vital living expenses for music industry workers impacted due to sickness or loss of work.

Buy a ticket for only $14.99 and you’ll see some great performances and appearances while knowing that you helped someone in need!

Want to help a little more in exchange for a VIP experience? For just $25 you get the concert plus you can join Lauren and I with the other VIPs for a Zoom Meet & Greet after the show!”

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