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T1 Fest (free) livestream

Posted Oct. 17, 2020, 12:05 p.m. in Shows by Loren
T1 Fest (free) livestream

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With live shows still pretty much non-existant, festivals and musicians are finding alternatives. T1 Fest, which raises awareness to help the fight against type 1 diabetes, has announced a free livestream event on Oct. 24 featuring Dan Vapid (Dan Vapid & The Cheats, The Methadones), Jen Pop and Poli Van Dam (The Bombpops), The Radio Buzzkills, Death and Memphis, The Usuals, Capgun Heroes, Haley and the Crushers, The Lettermans, and a special unannounced guest.


Fans can learn more about the livestream here, or T1 Fest here.

They are also accepting donations to help the cause.

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