G-Eazy has booked a lot of major gigs throughout his career, but he’s about to take the stage for a very important cause. The “No Limit” rapper is slated to headline the upcoming Stay Amped benefit concert in Washington D.C., which will benefit multiple gun violence prevention groups.

The anti-gun violence concert, which comes after the recent March for Our Lives rallies, is being curated by Fall Out Boy and will take place on March 23 at the Anthem. G-Eazy’s performance will help benefit both Giffords and Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund.

Not only will the Oakland entertainer and veteran rock band hit the stage, but there will also be featured performances from Lizzo and BeBe Rexha, along with appearances from students, gun violence survivors and alumni from Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.

If you recall, the high school recently experienced tragedy as former student Nikolas Cruz went inside the school with a gun, killing 17 students and teachers. The shooting sparked over 600 marches to take place to urge lawmakers to implement policies that will prevent gun violence in the future.

If you want to attend the upcoming concert, you can purchase your tickets tomorrow (March 14th) on Ticketfly’s official site at 10 A.M.

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