2013 Sub City Take Action Tour at House of Blues Feb. 27

| February 12, 2013 | 0 Comments


The Used. Photo courtesy of Big Picture Media.

The 2013 Sub City Take Action Tour, featuring “The Used” will be playing a gig in San Diego at the House of Blues on Wednesday, February 27. The tour will also feature “We Came as Romans,” “Crown The Empire,” and “MindFlow.”

Celebrating its eleventh year of raising funds and awareness to non-profit organizations, Sub City (Hopeless Records’ 501c3 non-profit organization, which has raised more than two million dollars for charity), is pleased to announce the 2013 edition of the Sub City Take Action Tour Featuring The Used. This year the tour will be benefiting the It Gets Better Project, a national organization created to show young LGBT people the levels of happiness, potential, and positivity their lives will reach – if they can just get through their teen years.

The It Gets Better Project wants to remind teenagers going through tough times that they are not alone – and it WILL get better. The Take Action Tour will be stopping by the House of Blues in on Feb. 27 VIP ticket options will be available to fans, which include front of the line passes, collectable laminate and signed copies of Vulnerable II.

The tour will feature alt-rock headliner, The Used, with support from We Came As Romans, Crown The Empire, and MindFlow. The annual nationwide charity tour will circle the US through February, showcasing some of the best bands in music today while raising funds and awareness for It Gets Better and the concept that we can all help play a part in making a positive impact. Ten percent of the cost of each ticket purchased will be donated to It Gets Better and Sub City. The 2011 Take Action Tour raised nearly $50,000 to help further the mission, with over 19,000 fans attending the 30-stop city tour. Previous benefitting charities of the Sub City Take Action Tour also include Driving For Donors, Do Something, America’s Youth Hotline, ReachOut.com and The National Hopeline Network. To date, Sub City and the Take Action Tour have donated over 2 million dollars to over 50 non-profit organizations.

For more information and tickets, see www.takeactiontour.com/2013.

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