Sammy Hagar Invites Fans To Join Him For A Free Encore Live Show To Support The Victims Of Santa Cruz Wildfires
Former Van Halen frontman and current The Circle frontman Sammy Hagar shared a post on his official Twitter page announcing that he will be performing at ‘Love You Madly – A Stream for Santa Cruz Fire Relief’ which is a live stream event that is going to support those who were affected by the wildfires that happened in Santa Cruz.
As you may know, for the past year, the Western United States experienced a series of major wildfires which were ignited by severe August thunderstorms across California, Oregon, and Washington, followed in early September by additional ignitions across the West Coast.
The wildfires burned more than 10.2 million acres of land, mobilizing tens of thousands of firefighters, razing over ten thousand buildings, and killing at least 37 people which ultimately affected many people, leaving them in need of help and support.
As many of you might remember, Sammy Hagar once participated in a campaign with his performance of ‘No Worries’ that was included as part of Dec 5, 2020, the streaming event ‘Love You Madly – A Streaming Event for Santa Cruz Fire Relief.’
Due to the need for support, Sammy Hagar shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing that he will be participating in a virtual event same-titled ‘Love You Madly – A Stream for Santa Cruz Fire Relief’ in order to once again help the victims of the most destructive fire in Santa Cruz County history.
The virtual event is going to happen on January 15, charge-free and Hagar asked for his fans to join him for the special event so that they can raise a fund in order to help those in need.
Here is what Hagar said:
“Join me Fri, Jan 15, at 7 pm PT/10 pm ET for the FREE encore live stream celebration ‘Love You Madly – A Stream for Santa Cruz Fire Relief!‘”
You can see the Twitter post and listen to ‘No Worries’ below.
Join me Fri, Jan 15, at 7pm PT/10pm ET for the FREE encore live stream celebration "Love You Madly – A Stream for Santa Cruz Fire Relief”!
— Sammy Hagar (@sammyhagar) January 15, 2021