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NYC Residents "Rock It Out" For New York Animal Sanctuaries

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If you live in New York City and like music and animal sanctuaries (I mean who doesn’t?), then we’ve got an event for YOU!

On Saturday, March 6, Farm Sanctuary and Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary are teaming up for Rock it Out: A Night to Benefit New York’s Farm Animal Sanctuaries.

The special event will feature wine, hors d’oeuvres, a raffle and live performances by: Jay Stolar of Julius C, Cristin Milioti, Kaylin Lee Clinton, Whitney Wolf , Melissa Lusk and Matt Roi Berger, Grace McLean, Shaina Taub, Lindsay Wolf and Neimah Djourabch.

Tickets are just $10 in advance and $15 at the door. And, of course, all the money raised will go towards helping these two sanctuaries continue their important work!

Interested? Stop by MyCommunityTickets.com to learn more about the event and get your tickets!

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