Do geeks rock? Actually, yes they do – in more ways than one. And one of the ways they'll be rocking for real is at the 5th annual Silicon Valley Rocks charity concert at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco. Every year, Silicon Valley Rocks bring together musicians from the tech community (VCs, entrepreneurs, developers, etc.) to raise money for Music in Schools Today (MUST). In the past there have been bands from Facebook, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Wall Street Journal, Mayfield, Wired, Wall Street Journal, GigaOM, Walden Venture Capital, Gracenote, MOG and more.
Silicon Valley Rocks
Nov. 29, 2012
DNA Lounge, 375 11th Ave.
7PM - 11:30?
ReadWrite will be sponsoring this year's Silicon Valley Rocks charity concert. Each year the event raises $25,000 to $30,000 to keep music in the schools. All proceeds for Silicon Valley Rocks are donated to MUST. MUST is the Bay Area’s answer to the crisis in music education. MUST advocates for, supports and develops integrated, accessible, sustainable and measurable music-in-education programs that improve student achievement.
Tickets are $50-$85 for an awesome night of music and fun - a steal. Grab yours here.
[Image: SVrocks 2011]