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Radio 4 Relief in Peoria

The Cumulus radio group is excited to announce “The Nightmare before Christmas has transformed into Radio 4 Relief, an all-day live music event benefitting the Red Cross and tornado victims.
PEORIA - The Cumulus radio group is excited to announce “The Nightmare before Christmas has transformed into Radio 4 Relief, an all-day live music event benefitting the Red Cross and
tornado victims.
Officials announced Radio 4 Relief will take place in the exhibit halls at the Peoria Civic Center Thursday. Music acts of all genres will perform including Brushville, Corey Taylor, Gemini Syndrome, and Brain Child, 17 bands total.

It’s 12 hours of live music as well as a silent auction with memorabilia donated from other artists. All of the proceeds from Radio 4 Relief are going to the American Red Cross Central Illinois Tornado fund.

Erin Miller of the American Red Cross says, "It's humbling to see how everyone comes together and the organization that they choose to be able to help to be able to get that relief to people that need it is the Red Cross. It is something that we take very seriously and we are very proud to be part of a community that is so generous."



The show kicks off at 11:30 on Saturday, December 14th. Tickets are $25 for general admission and are on sale now.



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