X Ambassadors announce today they will headline a show at the Roxy in Los Angeles on March 7th to benefit Planned Parenthood Los Angeles. This intimate performance will take place on the eve of International Women’s Day with all proceeds being donated to Planned Parenthood. MILCK and morgxn will support. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 24th. To purchase tickets visit www.ticketfly.com.
Lead singer Sam Harris recently performed at the Women’s March on Washington After-Party at the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C. which also benefitted Planned Parenthood. “In honor of International Women’s Day, we are so excited to announce this special benefit show for Planned Parenthood,” says Sam Harris. “It'll be a kickass night of music, love, community, inclusivity, and celebrating all the incredible women of the world.”
MILCK, whose song “Quiet” has become the unofficial anthem of the Women’s March on Washington, says, “Planned Parenthood is a place that provides myriads of high quality services to ensure the well-being of so many blossoming women, men, and trans people. I understand that our country is still figuring out our ways of reconciling our disagreements. I am hopeful that we can find a way to listen, to empathize, and to coexist. I dream of a culture that empowers each individual to live out his/her own beliefs in peace, with one another.”
X Ambassadors released their debut full length album VHS (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) in June 2015, where it debuted at #7 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and has since been certified gold by the RIAA. The set was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Alex Da Kid and features the platinum selling singles “Renegades” and “Unsteady”. X Ambassadors and Tom Morello teamed up for the song “Collider” which appears on VHS 2.0, the deluxe edition of VHS released last summer. “Collider” was ESPN and ABC’s 2016 Road to the College Football Playoff Theme Song.
PPLA’s 19 health centers throughout Los Angeles County provide care to nearly 150,000 women, men, and teens each year. Over 93% of the care PPLA provides is preventative, including life-saving cancer screenings, birth control, annual exams, and STD testing and treatment. PPLA’s education and community outreach programs reach nearly 60,000 women, men and teens in Los Angeles County each year.