Dan Deacon to donate profits from two NYC shows to Sandy Relief

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Dan Deacon has recently announced that 100% of all profits off of his upcoming shows will be donated to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts! Half will go to Occupy Sandy and the other half will go to the Red Cross. He will be playing in NYC at MHOW and the Bowery Ballroom.

A note from Dan: 
Having grown up on Long Island, so much of my family and many of my close friends live in New York and New Jersey. I don’t feel right to going there, playing these shows and not pitching in to help out with the recovery so I’m going to donate my fee for these two shows to the Red Cross and Occupy Sandy. I chose these two organizations because they both cover the entire affected region and are both helping in very different capacities. I thought it would be best to inform my fans so that if they were also feeling conflicted about raging and partying while all this shit is so fucked, that at least they would know that their ticket was going to help aid in the recovery. Hopefully this can help ease the recovery for even just a few people. I encourage everyone to pitch in and give what they can in volunteer hours or donations.
Tour Dates:
11/05 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre &
11/07 Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall &
11/08 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick &
11/09 Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace &
11/10 Montreal, QC – SAT &
11/11 South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground &
11/12 Portland, ME – SPACE Gallery &
11/13 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club &
11/14 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg &
11/15 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer &
11/16 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom &
11/17 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club &
11/29 Richmond, VA – Gallery 5 &
12/05 Orlando, FL – The Social
12/06 Tallahassee, FL – Club Downunder
12/08 Miami, FL – Bayfront Park Amphitheater
12/09 Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly
12/10 Savannah, GA – Dollhouse
12/11 Athens, GA – 40 Watt Club
12/12 Mobile, AL – Alabama Music Box
12/13 Pensacola, FL – Handlebar
12/14 Gainesville, FL – Double Down Live
12/15 Tampa, FL – Crowbar

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