band: We thought it would be a good time to give a little bit back when we can, band member Nick Dika told CTV News Channel on Wednesday, according to CTV. The Rally, as the concert event is called, will also feature the Cold War Kids, Bishop Briggs and Ellevator. The band has organized a June 23 concert at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ont., and one dollar from each ticket sale will be donated to Refuge Hamilton Centre for Newcomer Health. Dika said that since capacity at Tim Hortons Field is 26,000 people, the band hopes to raise 26,000 for refugee help in Hamilton. For us, it's really important to use our platform to shine a light on people who actually have hard jobs. We want to shine a light on all the people who work in social services that spend every day being selfless, band member Max Kerman said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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