Benefit for Japan Tsunami Victims

Naked Walrus, Sprout Will Perform to Raise Funds for Red Cross Relief Efforts

SOhO Restaurant & Music Club (1121 State St.) will host a Japan Relief Benefit Show this week, featuring performances by area bands Sprout, Naked Walrus, as well as Evan Vogel and Will Gallivan. Notes for Notes and Black Mamba are cosponsoring the event; proceeds will benefit the Red Cross’s tsunami relief efforts in Japan. The show starts at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29. Tickets are $10. Call 962-7776 for more info.

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