Love Rocks NYC 2024 to Feature Dave Grohl, The Black Keys, and Hozier

The eighth annual Love Rocks NYC benefit concert is set to go down this Thursday, March 7th, at the Beacon Theater in New York, with a lineup featuring Dave Grohl, The Black Keys, Hozier, Conan O’Brien, Martin Short, and many more.

Raising funds for the meal-providing charitable organization God’s Love We Deliver, the Love Rocks benefit concert has been a celebrated fundraising campaign since it was first launched in 2017. Now, as its eighth iteration approaches, the organization reports that its benefit concerts have raised a total of $30 million, providing 3 million meals to New Yorkers living with illnesses. Tickets for the show are on-sale now (get your here).

Filling out the lineup for Love Rocks NYC 2024 are Nile Rodgers, Tom Morello, Don Felder, Bettye Lavette, Joss Stone, Allison Russell, Emily King, Marcus King, Lucius, Larkin Poe, Trombone Shorty, Luke Spiller (The Struts), Quinn Sullivan, Bernie Williams, and more, plus additional comedic performances by Tracy Morgan and Jim Gaffigan.

Additionally, there will be a houseband led by Will Lee (The CBS Orchestra), Steve Gadd (James Taylor, Paul Simon), Shawn Pelton (Saturday Night Live), Larry Campbell (Levon Helm, Bob Dylan), Eric Krasno (Soulive, Phil Lesh & Friends), Pedrito Martinez (Bruce Springsteen, Sting), Jeff Babko (Jimmy Kimmel Live), Michael Bearden (Lady Gaga) and a six-piece horn section.

For those who can’t attend the show in-person, a livestream will be offered via Veeps for Veeps All Access subscribers or any purchaser of an individual show ticket. The tickets are available to purchase for $20, a price that God’s Love We Deliver reports will provide two meals for its program.

Last year’s Love Rocks NYC featured James Taylor, Mavis Staples, Sheryl Crow, and more, including St. Vincent, who delivered a cover rendition of David Bowie’s “Young Americans.”

Originally Published Here.

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