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Band Together producers say concert brought in $23 million

SFGate Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
The Band Together Bay Area benefit concert at AT&T Park on Thursday, Nov. 9 has raised about $23 million for those affected by the fire storm that swept through Northern California, the producers announced on Friday. They said that more funds were expected to come in as they continued to count money raised by selling merchandise and streaming the concert online via outlets such as Facebook and YouTube. With a lineup that featured platinum-selling Bay Area acts Metallica, Dead & Company, G-Eazy, Rancid and Raphael Saadiq (along with visitors Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds), the sold-out concert drew more than 40,000 people to the ballpark.
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News video: 'Band Together' Benefit Concert Raises Millions for Wildfire Relief

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First responders and fire victims were in the front row at the Band Together benefit concert to raise money for those affected by the Wine Country wildfires. Betty Yu reports from AT&T Park. (11-9-17)

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