Set It Free has announced a new live performance.
The band will perform next month at what is being dubbed the “Rock For Landon Cancer Benefit Concert.” The concert will be held Thursday, August 18th at River Rock Restaurant and Marina Bar in Brick Township, New Jersey. It will mark the first time in five years that the band has performed live together. Admission is $15 at the door. All proceeds will go to help pay the medical bills for 18 month-old Landon Moellman. He is currently undergoing treatments for Retinoblastoma cancer at a hospital in Philadelphia. In layman’s terms Retinoblastoma cancer is just one form of cancer that originates in the eyes. If left untreated it can eventually lead to glaucoma and loss of sight. In rarer and worse cases it can even potentially spread to other parts of the body, which can make a patients outlook even worse. The problem with Landon’s case is that the hospital where he is receiving treatment is not accepting his parents’ insurance, making the situation more difficult both for him and his family, which is, again, the purpose of the concert. Also on the bill are Breathing Blue and Wicked Hollow.
More information on the upcoming benefit show is available online now at Set It Free’s official Facebook page and that of Breathing Blue. Audiences can also help contribute to Moellman’s treatments via his parents’ GoFundMe page.
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