Silver Lake Conservatory of Music will be celebrated with an extraordinary evening of musical entertainment taking place Wednesday, May 14 at The Wiltern. Metallica will appear with Scars On Broadway, the opening band fronted by Daron Malakian and drummer John Dolmayan from the band System of a Down.
Silver Lake Conservatory of Music (SCM) was founded by Flea, bassist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Keith Barry, dean of the non-profit. This unprecedented benefit will raise funds for the SCM. Money raised will go towards, programs, operations and scholarships for low-income students whose families would otherwise be unable to afford instruments and/or lessons. The school’s summer camp program and new building initiative will also benefit from the proceeds.
General admission tickets will go on sale Sunday, May 11th at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster at a price of $200 per ticket.
This is a great cause. Should be a fun night. More about the show:
Limited VIP tickets at $500 each will be available only for purchase at Silver Lake Conservatory of Music (3920 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. 90039) or by calling 323-665-3363. The VIP tickets will include Loge special assigned seating, gift bag, two drink tickets and entry into the Silver Lake Conservatory hosted after party to be held at the Wiltern.
100% of all ticket sales will go directly to the support of the Silver Lake Conservatory of Music and attendance is limited to 2,200 guests.