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Music Tastes Good To Donate 100% of Proceeds from Every Ticket Sold to Oxfam America for 24 Hours Starting, Thursday, August 31

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Music Tastes Good To Donate 100% of Proceeds from Every Ticket Sold To Oxfam America for 24 Hours Starting, Thursday, August 31

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For a 24 hour window, this ThursdayMusic Tastes Good will be donating 100% of the proceeds from every ticket sold, directly to Oxfam America. You can participate in this incredible offer by grabbing your tickets at www.mtglb.co/tickets, starting Thursday, August 31st, at 12 am PT.

Music Tastes Good had previously announced a donation of $5 for single-day VIP passes and $10 for weekend VIP passes sold, respectively, would be given to Oxfam.

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“We’re hoping this benefit inspires our guests to purchase their tickets early, give something good, and receive something good in return. Oxfam is doing the hard for work millions of people who truly need it. We’re happy to help raise awareness, and invite our guests to come party with us in Long Beach,” said Music Tastes Good Creative Director, Chris Watson.

Oxfam is a global organization working to end the injustice of poverty. We help people build better futures for themselves, hold the powerful accountable, and save lives in disasters. Our mission is to tackle the root causes of poverty and create lasting solutions.

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Through a donation to Oxfam you can help fund Oxfam’s lifesaving work and bring hope to families facing hunger, poverty, and injustice in more than 90 countries around the world. You can help refugees seeking safety, support disaster survivors to rebuild even stronger, keep communities healthy by preventing the spread of disease, help farmers adapt to climate change and feed their families, and so much more.

Music Tastes Good passes start at $75 a day, passes for the new “Taste Tent” experience start at $150, and VIP passes start at $225. The event, to be headlined by Ween and Sleater-Kinney, with appearances by RIDE, Charles Bradley and his Extraordinares, ALVVAYS, Bomba Estereo, Los Lobos, of Montreal and many more, is scheduled to take place September 30 and October 1 at Marina Green Park in Downtown Long Beach, CA.

www.mtglb.co/tickets

View the Music Tastes Good festival lineup at: http://mtglb.co/lineup.

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