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7/22/20

Gnash, Tyler Rich, Mondo Cozmo and X AmbassadorsSam Nelson Harris are among a variety of musicians, TV and film stars participating in Songs to Save Them All, a benefit for Best Friends Animal Society.

Taking place on 7/22, the two-hour virtual concert kicks off at 7pm ET/4pm PT and will livestream on Tiltify, TwitchYouTube and Facebook, as well as bestfriends.org/concert.

“Our goal for this concert is to bring people together with a diverse, cross-section of musical talent to celebrate the ways that music and our love for our pets unite us and to highlight the ways we can support homeless pets and our communities during this crisis,” says Best Friends Animal Society CEO Julie Castle.

All proceeds raised from the benefit will support Best Friends Animal Society's lifesaving efforts to make U.S. shelters no-kill by 2025. For more info on Best Friends Animal Society and to donate, click here.