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Umloud 2011: A Rock Band night for Child's Play

Dec 06 // Jesse Cortez

Gamers are a naturally creative bunch, and this can definitely be seen in the way that we come together to raise money for charity. This Thursday, December 8th, at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco, Ümloud will be hosting their third annual Rock Band night for the Child's Play charity. Many different bands have gathered together and donated their time and money to have a chance to perform on the big stage to benefit a great cause.

For just a $10 donation at the door, you will have the chance to watch these acts take the stage and entertain you. Also just for showing up, you will receive free swag that has been donated from various game companies and media outlets. Throughout the night, there will be raffles for some awesome limited edition swag and even a silent auction, allowing you the chance to nab stuff deemed too good to merely raffle away. So if you live in the San Francisco Bay area, definitely try your best to make it out for the fun this Thursday, starting at 7 pm! Members of the Dtoid staff and community are going to be there, so make sure to say hi and rock out with us!


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