Rockers fight AIDS with after-parties

You can party with rock stars for charity

Third Eye Blind, Duncan Sheik and Lesley Gore will kick off a series of after-concert parties to fight AIDS beginning next week.

LIFEbeat, the US charity dedicated to informing youth about HIV/AIDS prevention, is giving fans the opportunity to party with these and other musicians after their shows for a minimum $10 donation.

The charity is currently organising several events and after-parties throughout the US to promote AIDS awareness and raise funds to support their fight against the disease.


For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

In addition, The Fratellis and The Hold Steady are set to play outreach gigs for the charity in New York on April 26. Check out for details.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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